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UPDATE: This is now for sale, along with others, at my new site, Big Banknotes.
Five hundred billion dinars. Yugoslavia, 1993.
This note once held the dubious honor of being that with the largest number of zeros — eleven! — ever placed into circulation. Lately, though, Robert Mugabe’s wholesale robbery of the population of Zimbabwe has beat the record, with notes in the hundreds of trillions (yes, including printed zeros) being issued.
I have a few of these for sale. They’re collector’s items, and the perfect gift for your economics teacher or the uppity Austrian economist in your family. US$15 will get you one, shipped anywhere in the world at no additional charge. If you’re interested, please contact me by email. You may not receive the serial number or exact note pictured. All are in XF/EF condition, which means very lightly circulated with small corner bending and minimal very light creasing.
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