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An indicator of the extreme hyperinflation in Zimbabwe, the 100 trillion Zimbabwe dollar is one of the last series of banknotes that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issued before they completely stopped printing new notes in 2009. The Zimbabwe dollar currency was eventually demonetized in 2015. The obverse side of the note highlights the perfectly-balanced Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Matopos National Park in Epworth, with an underprint of stylized grains and cows, and the Zimbabwe Bird printed in color-shifting ink. The Mosi-oa-Tunya (Victoria Falls) at the end of Zambezi River and Syncerus caffer (African buffalo) are featured on the reverse side of the note. The note does not have a security thread and a watermark. However, the obverse side has a 3-mm gold-to-green optically variable ink stripe with a repeating RBZ text. The note is 148 mm long and 74 mm wide. This note has a unique serial number and a Paper Money Grade of 66.