In 2008, Zimbabwe's hyperinflation was so extreme that the Zimbabwean government resorted to producing legal tender banknotes denominated in the trillions. It is also a latter-day first in the hyperinflation category for another reason: It resulted in the highest denomination hyperinflation for reasons other than the effects of catastrophic war (Hungary's gargantuan hyperinflation being the direct result of war and its aftermath). Ultimately the currency collapsed but not before leaving the world with its, now most famous, legacy of what hyperinflation looks like in the early 21st century, at levels not seen since immediately after World War II in Hungary. Because of this, Zimbabwe's multi-trillion dollar banknotes of 2008 are rightly ranked as Great World Banknotes in the category of Hyperinflation and stand as a future omen for economies progressing towards collapse. The top ten Zimbabwean hyperinflation notes.
Zimbabwe 2008 - 100 Trillion Dollars. Zimbabwe 2008 - 50 Trillion Dollars.
Zimbabwe 2008 - 20 Trillion Dollars. Zimbabwe 2008 - 10 Trillion Dollars.Zimbabwe 2008 - 50 Billion Dollars. Zimbabwe 2008 - 20 Billion Dollars.
Zimbabwe 2008 - 10 Billion Dollars. Zimbabwe 2008 - 5 Billion Dollars. Zimbabwe 2008 - 1 Billion Dollars.
Zimbabwe 2008 - 500 Million Dollars. This item is in the category "Coins\Notes\Africa". The seller is "westerngold" and is located in this country: AU. This item can be shipped worldwide.