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If you've wondered what a Zimbabwe One Hundred Trillion Dollar Banknote looks like, you have come to the right place. Zimbabwe experienced a period of hyperinflation spanning a few decades that culminated in 2008 with the introduction of the 100,000,000,000,000 banknote. Currency in Zimbabwe was so devalued that you needed a big stack of high denomination bills to buy a loaf of bread! Only a few million copies of the banknote were ever produced up until 2009.A little history lesson behind the banknote: The Zimbabwe Dollar was established to replace the Rhodesian Dollar and to signify the nation’s independence from the UK in 1980. It was redenominated 3 times until its eventual collapse in 2009 due to hyperinflation caused by the unregulated printing of money, the Land reform program, and involvement in the Second Congo War. Today, Zimbabwe has a multi-currency economic system set in a ...

If you've wondered what a Zimbabwe One Hundred Trillion Dollar Banknote looks like, you have come to the right place. Zimbabwe experienced a period of hyperinflation spanning a few decades that culminated in 2008 with the introduction of the 100,000,000,000,000 banknote. Currency in Zimbabwe was so devalued that you needed a big stack of high denomination bills to buy a loaf of bread! Only a few million copies of the banknote were ever produced up until 2009.

A little history lesson behind the banknote: The Zimbabwe Dollar was established to replace the Rhodesian Dollar and to signify the nation’s independence from the UK in 1980. It was redenominated 3 times until its eventual collapse in 2009 due to hyperinflation caused by the unregulated printing of money, the Land reform program, and involvement in the Second Congo War. Today, Zimbabwe has a multi-currency economic system set in a place where money from around the world has become legal tender.

On the obverse of the 100 Trillion Zimbabwe Dollar we can see the famous Chiremba Balancing rocks from Epworth, a Harare Province. These rocks are said to represent the delicate balance between man and nature. This banknote also has a hidden watermark that displays a complete denomination when held up to a light source.

The letters RBZ repeat along the left side of the banknote and are printed in gold color-shifting ink. Lastly, we can see an underprint of a cow with grains and a color-shifting security ink featuring the country’s official emblem, the Zimbabwe Bird.

The reverse of the banknote features Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. Victoria Falls, or known by the locals as the Smoke that Thunders, was named in honor of Queen Victoria by David Livingstone in the mid-1800’s.

On certain months, the river’s current becomes low enough that visitors can swim near the edge on what has been dubbed “ the Devil’s Pool”.

The cape buffalo is an African bovine that can reach a length of 10 feet, a height of 5 feet, and weigh almost a ton! The cape buffalo is infamous for attacking hunters and reports claim that they kill or injure more hunters than any other animal in Africa.

The Zimbabwean Reserve Bank printed different variants of the 100 Trillion note, each with the same Chiremba balancing rocks on the obverse.

Rare, uncirculated variants of Zimbabwe banknotes still exist. One of these is the radar note whose serial numbers can be read either from the left or right side. Others include the AA series and the ZA Replacement notes.

Due to their popularity and demand, the Zimbabwe dollar is highly susceptible to forgery. Counterfeits were becoming such an issue that in 2017 we dedicated a webpage to bring awareness and a video to illustrate the differences between a real banknote and a forgery.


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    The 100-trillion bill from Zimbabwe is the only printed banknote issued by a central bank that has the word “Trillion” in its denomination. On the obverse of the bill, the Chiremba Balancing rocks from Epworth, in the Harare Province, are featured. The reverse features Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. Other interesting facts - 

    • The note is printed in dollars, unlike other types of hyperinflation money,
    • It contains the actual number "100,000,000,000,000"
    • The note uses English characters
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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote from 2008 features the Chiremba balancing rocks. The naturally situated balancing rocks in Epworth, stylized grains and cow in underprint, and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI is printed on the front design. At the back is the Victoria falls beside a cape buffalo. The note is equipped with a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ as part of its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would show the geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse changes from a peach color to bright yellow while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right. The Zimbabwe Bird and RBZ strip both printed in Iridescent ink also changes from bronze to blue. The note is 148 x 74 mm in size.

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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar Banknote that features the Chiremba balancing rocks was issued in 2008 with a dimension of 148 x 74 mm in size. The note has a 7-digit serial number and a 2-letter prefix that starts with ZA. Its obverse side features the naturally balanced rocks in Epworth, stylized grains and cow in underprint, and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI. The reverse side features the Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. A 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ is added to the note to enhance its security features. The RBZ strip and Zimbabwe Bird both printed in Iridescent ink changes from bronze to blue while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right under a UV light. The geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse also changes from a peach color to bright yellow while the Fluorescent fibers that are scattered on both sides of the note would turn bright green.

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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar Banknote from 2008 featured the Chiremba Balancing rocks. The obverse side features the naturally balanced rocks in Epworth, stylized grains and cow in underprint, and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI. At the back are the Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. The security features of the note include a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ. The RBZ strip and Zimbabwe Bird both printed in Iridescent ink changes from bronze to blue while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right under a UV light. The geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse also changes from a peach color to bright yellow while the Fluorescent fibers that are scattered on both sides of the banknote would also turn bright green. The note is 148 x 74 mm in size with a 7-digit serial number and a 2-letter prefix that starts with ZA.

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    Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote from 2008, has a pick number of P-91, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth.

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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars Banknote has a pick number 91 and is in uncirculated condition. Part of the family of banknotes issued in 2008, this replacement note is TAP Authenticated. Its obverse features the magnificent Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth. Its underprint consists of stylized grains and cows. It also shows a Zimbabwe bird in optically variable ink. The back of the banknote depicts the famous Victoria Falls and a Cape Buffalo. Although this bill doesnt have a security thread and watermark, it has a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with a repeating RBZ as its security feature. The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote has a dimension of 148 x 74 mm and is signed by the Reserve Bank Governor Gideon Gono.

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    One of the last banknotes that the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe issued before completely stopping the production of new Zimbabwe dollar notes, the blue 100 trillion Zimbabwe dollar banknote measures 144 mm by 74 mm. This note is in good condition even though it is used. The Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Matopos National Park in Epworth are highlighted on the obverse side of the note, with an underprint of stylized grains and cow and the Zimbabwe Bird printed in color-shifting ink. The Victoria Falls (Mosi-oa-Tunya) on Zambezi River and the 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 Zimbabwe dollar was eventually demonetized in 2015.

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    Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote from 2008, has a pick number of P-91, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth. Additionally, this banknote is graded 67 by Professional Coin Grading Service company.

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    Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote from 2008 with a pick number P-91 features the Chiremba balancing rocks. Additionally, it has been graded 70 by the Professional Coin Grading Service.

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    Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollars Banknote from 2008 has a pick number P-91, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth. Additionally, the note is TAP Authenticated.

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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote that features the Chiremba balancing rocks was issued in 2008. Its obverse side features the naturally situated balancing rocks in Epworth, stylized grains and cow in underprint, and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI. The reverse side features the Victoria falls beside a cape buffalo. The banknote is 148 x 74 mm in size and contains a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ to enhance its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would show the geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse changes from a peach color to bright yellow while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right. The Zimbabwe Bird and RBZ strip both printed in Iridescent ink also changes from bronze to blue.

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    The Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote that features the Chiremba balancing rocks was issued in 2008 with a dimension of 148 x 74 mm in length and width. The naturally situated balancing rocks in Epworth, a stylized grain and cow in underprint, and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI is printed on the front design. At the back is a cape buffalo and the Victoria Falls. The security features of the note include a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ. Placing the note under a UV light would show both serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right while the geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse changes from a peach color to bright yellow. The Zimbabwe Bird and RBZ strip both printed in Iridescent ink also changes from bronze to blue.

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    This 100 trillion Zimbabwean dollar note is dated 2008 and signed by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Gideon Gono. The blue note is part of the Chiremba Rocks family issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Its front features the Chiremba Rocks and the Zimbabwe Bird in optically variable ink. Its reverse side features the Victoria Falls and a Cape buffalo. Though the note does not have a security thread nor a watermark, it has a 3-mm green-to-gold OVI stripe with repeating RBZ and dimensions of 148 mm by 74 mm. It was also demonetized in 2015. This note does not have the stylized grains and cow underprint in front. It is graded 67 by the Professional Coin Grading Services (PCGS), making it a superb uncirculated gem note with Premium Paper Quality (PPQ).

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