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Zimbabwe 20,000 Dollars Banknote, 2008, P-73, Used

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Zimbabwe 20,000 Dollars banknote from 2008 has a pick number P-73, is in used (C) condition, and features Chiremba balancing rocks.


  • SKU:
    ZIMB73C
  • Variety:
    Used
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Category: Banknotes
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This Zimbabwe 20,000 Dollar banknote was released in 2008. It was printed locally by Fidelity Printers and Refiners and measures 148 x 74 mm. The banknote's front design highlights the iconic Chiremba Balancing rocks in Epworth and a Zimbabwe bird in OVI. The reverse side features a stunning view of Victoria Falls and the Kariba Dam on Zambezi River. The note is equipped with a 7-mm wide iridescent stripe with repeating RBZ however it does not contain any security threads nor watermarks.

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