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Zimbabwe 20 Trillion Dollars 2008 (AA033xxxx) UNC

Zimbabwe 20 Trillion Dollars 2008 (AA033xxxx) UNC
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55.00 ($ 59.95)
20 Trillion Dollars 2008 (Front: Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Epworth near Harare. Zimbabwe Bird in colour-shift paint. Reverse: Miner at work. Grain silos. Watermark: None (simulated faux "watermark" in the watermark area of the note displays a cow on both sides of the note). Security features: Zimbabwe Bird figure applied in the watermark area masterfully executed in Optically Variable Ink (OVI). Consecutively running red vertical and black horizontal serial numbers on the front of the banknote. 3 mm wide security stripe executed in colour changing paint. Invisible colored filament fibers (hairs), distributed extremely sparsely, vertical red serial number and most of the banknote (except the central part) fluoresce under ultraviolet light. Surface-applied 3 mm wide security imitation ribbon on the front, bearing repeated 'RBZ', executed in OVI transparent paint. Registration device in a form of a vertical '20000000000000'. Tactile feature: Two diamond-shaped square dots in the watermark area helps the blind and the visually impaired people recognize the banknote. Predominant colour: Red. Artist: FPRZ. Signature: Dr. Gideon Gono (Governor, Nov. 2003 – Nov. 2013). Printing method: Offset. Issuer: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Date of issue: 16th January 2009. Demonetised: 1 October 2015. Material: Cotton fiber paper. Printer: Fidelity Printers & Refiners, Zimbabwe (FPRZ)) (Serial Nos: AA033xxxx) UNC

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Dimensions: 147 x 74 mm

Catalogue Number: P-89 (SCWPM: Albert Pick; Krause Publications); B179a (The Banknote Book)

REMARK: If in doubt, this is a genuine banknote (guaranteed) issued by the Zimbabwean Government, like all others that we sell.

Grade/condition: Uncirculated (UNC) (new, unused, mint)

Texts: I promise to pay the bearer on demand Twenty Trillion Dollars for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Harare.