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The 20 trillion Zimbabwe dollar banknote is one of the last series of banknotes issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in 2008 before stopping the printing of Zimbabwe dollars. This is a replacement banknote for a note with a low serial number, and has a professional coin grading services (PCGS) grade of 66. Withdrawn in 2015, the red banknote measures 148 mm by 74 mm, and features the Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Matopos National Park on the obverse side, and a miner with a jackhammer and a multi-silo grain elevator on the reverse side. The notes security features are a Zimbabwe Bird printed using color shifting ink on the obverse side, and a 3-mm gold-to-green optically variable ink stripe with repeating RBZ. The note does not have a watermark.