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Zimbabwe 20 Trillion Dollar Banknote, 2008, P-89, Replacement, TAP Authenticated, UNC

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Dimensions: 148x74 mm

Color Shifting Zimbabwe Bird

See Through Denomination Alignment

Orange UV Serial Numbers

Fluorescent Fibers

Iridescent "RBZ" Stripe

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An indicator and remnant of Zimbabwes extreme hyperinflation, the 20 trillion banknote is part of the last series of banknotes that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issued in 2008 before completely discontinuing the production of the Zimbabwe dollar. The red banknote measures 148 mm by 74 mm. This note is an uncirculated replacement note whose features are highlighted with TAP authentication. The obverse side highlights the Chiremba balancing rocks in Matopos National Park and the Zimbabwe Bird printed in color-shifting ink. The reverse side features a miner with a jackhammer and a grain elevator with multiple silos. The note has no security thread and no watermark. However, it has a 3-mm gold-to-green optically variable ink stripe with repeating RBZ.