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500 Million ZWD - Zimbabwe Dollar Banknote

Denomination:  500,000,000 ZWD
Denomination:  500 Million Zimbabwe Dollars
Amount:  1,000,000,000 ZWD
Print Run:  2008 - 2014
Series:  AA / AB / AC  Serial Numbers
Currency Status:  NON-monetized
Condition:  (G) Good - (F) Fine
Details:  You will receive mixed condition and serial numbers

This item is for 2 x 500 Million ZWD Banknote / 1,000,000,000 Zimbabwe Dollars
(One Billion Zimbabwe Dollars / 500 Million Zimbabwe Notes)

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500 Million Zimbabwe Dollar banknote
You are purchasing an authentic, 500 Million Zimbabwe Dollar collectible banknote. The One-Billion Zimbabwe banknote (ZWD) became a favorite among collectors as one of the worlds highest denominations of paper currency ever printed!

This Zimbabwe Currency banknote is guaranteed to be within the condition range specified above, and to be 100% Authentic Zimbabwe Currency. Although the 500 Million ZWD is not currently monetized in Zimbabwe, these highly collectible banknotes are the authentic currency issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ). This ZWD banknote has had all of the security features tested by our vendors, and guaranteed to meet our strict security requirements.

This Authentic Zimbabwe Dollar banknote will come with our in-house Certificate Of Authenticity (COA). Also included absolutely free, is a protective storage envelope, with a Zimbabwe currency security reference image, for security feature authentication. The serial numbers will be documented on the reverse side of the COA, and recorded in our office for authentication and protection purposes. The documented serial numbers will add to the genuine authenticity of this collectible Zimbabwe Dollar banknote.

This official Zimbabwe currency collectible banknote is guaranteed to be certified authentic currency issued by the RZB, with a condition grade of (G) Good - (F) Fine. The collectible notes you will receive will be of a mixed grading condition within the promised condition range, and from the print run of either AA, AB, and/or AC serial numbers.

Your order will ship within 2-3 BUSINESS Days of cleared payment.
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OBVERSE (FRONT):  Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Epworth, near Harare; Each note has Zimbabwe bird mark colour-shift paint. Inside security thread written "RBZ" and signed by Dr G. Gono (Central Bank Governor of Zimbabwe). The triple stacked rocks surrounded by shrubbery are imprinted on the front.

REVERSE (BACK):  On the Left:  A Dairy parlor where cows are milked. Zimbabwe's dairy industry, which has received investments of $22 million in processing plants and machinery between 2014 and 2016, is poised for more growth by 2020.
On the Right:  There is an image of African Miner with a handheld mining drill-hammer, depicting Zimbabwe's rich mining culture.

WATERMARK:  None (simulated "watermark" in watermark area, shows cow on both sides).

Payments Methods Accepted:  US Postal Money orders, Bank Checks, and *Personal checks. Credit/Debit card payments are only accepted from members with accounts older than six (6) months, and with a history of no less than three (3) previous purchases.  Credit/Debit card payments for this purchase will incur a 4% processing fee, which will be added to your purchase total, AFTER check-out.  Credit/Debit card purchases over $600 in a single transaction will be broken down and processed in multiple payments.

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We do NOT believe the Zimbabwe Dollar to be currently in use within the country of Zimbabwe. We believe this series of Zimbabwe Dollar (ZWD) is strictly a non-monetized, collectible currency. We do not not claim, indicate, or suggest that the Zimbabwe Dollar will ever be re-instated as a monetized currency at anytime. Zimbabwe continues to use currencies of other countries such as the Japanese Yen, Chinese Yuan, and the United States Dollar.

We do NOT claim, suggest nor promise financial gain from purchasing this currency, or any other currency or service we offer or sell. We do not claim, indicate, promise, imply, nor suggest there will ever be a Zimbabwe Dollar Rv, a Zimbabwe Dollar re-denomination or a revalue of the Zimbabwe Dollar currency. WE STRONGLY ADVISE AGAINST PURCHASING Zimbabwe (ZWD) Dollar CURRENCY OR LAYAWAY SERVICES, IF PURCHASED FOR THAT REASON. All currency is sold strictly for collectible purposes only.

By purchasing from this website, you hereby agree to the following:
You acknowledge understand that the ZWD no longer a monetized currency, and that the ZWD is sold strictly as a collectible currency on this website. You agree to not use our foreign, or domestic currencies, Gold, Silver, Copper, and/or any other goods, or services sold on this website, for investment reasons, investment purposes, or as an investment instrument of any kind. You hereby agree to not purchase any item or service sold on this website for reasons other than the intentions for which they are sold.

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500 Million Zimbabwe Dollars - UNCirculated

500M ZWD Notes - UNC

500 Million ZWD - Zimbabwe Dollar Banknote Denomination:  500,000,000 ZWD Denomination:  500 Million Zimbabwe Dollars Amount:  1,000,000,000 ZWD Print Run:  2008 - 2014 Series:  AA / AB / AC  Serial Numbers Currency Status:  NON-monetized Cond...
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 06 January, 2017.