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The red 20 trillion Zimbabwe dollar note was printed in 2008 and introduced by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in 2008. The front side of the note bears a Zimbabwe Bird in optically variable ink and the Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Matopos Park in Epworth. The reverse side features two pictures: a miner with a jackhammer and three GMB grain silos. Though the note does not have a security thread nor a watermark, it has a 3 mm gold-to-green optically variable ink stripe with repeating RBZ. The note has a Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) banknote grading of 66, which makes it a superb gem uncirculated note. This note has no evidence of visible handling even under 5x magnification and has centered margins and registration, and sharp corners. It also bears a radar serial number that reads the same forwards as backward.