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Zimbabwe 10 Dollars 1983

Item Code: ZW-3d

Front: Sable antelope (Hippotragus niger). Chiremba Balancing Rocks, surrounded by vegetation, in Epworth near Harare. Back: Torch and flame that was lit many times in the National Sports Stadium in Harare celebrating Zimbabwe's Nth anniversary of independence, but is rather described by many as the Eternal Freedom Flame of Independence Monument at National Heroes Acre and even at Kopje that overlooks Harare (which is wrong). View of Harare. Watermark: The Great Zimbabwe Bird. Security features: Consecutively running black horizontal serial numbers on the reverse of the banknote. Solid, vertical, fully embedded into the paper, 1 mm wide metallic security thread. Security filament fibers (hairs), the serial numbers and parts of the reverse banknote design fluoresce while exposed to an ultraviolet light. Main colour: Red. Signature: Dr. Kombo James Moyana (Governor RBZ; 1983–1993). Artist: FPRZ. Date of issue: 1983. Total emission: N/a. Material: Cotton fibre paper. Issuer: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Fidelity Printers & Refiners, Zimbabwe (FPRZ).

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Dimensions: 147 x 77 mm

Texts: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. I promise to pay the bearer on demand Ten Dollars for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Harare 1983.

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