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The Zimbabwe 10 Trillion Dollar banknote was released by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in 2008. It has a 7-digit serial number with a 2-letter prefix that starts with "ZA". Printed on the banknote's obverse side is the perfectly balanced rock formation situated in Epworth in the south-eastern part of the Harare Province. Alongside the Chiremba balancing rocks are stylized grains and cow in underprint and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI. The reverse side of the note depicts Great Zimbabwe ruins and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe headquarters building. The note does not contain any security threads nor watermarks however it is equipped with a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ. The note measures 148 x 74 mm. This limited Zimbabwe 10 Trillion dollar banknote has a fancy serial number and has been graded 55 by the Paper Money Guaranty.