Ever wondered what it’s like to be a trillionaire?

It’s not as difficult as you might think, as senior editor Jeff Starck shows
By , Coin World
Published : 01/23/17
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In our latest Coin World Show & Tell Facebook video, senior editor Jeff Starck explains some fascinating African notes that boast some pretty gaudy denominations. 

These “inflation notes” were issued in Zimbabwe from 2006 to 2009, a period during which the country’s currency was seriously devalued. 

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Starck’s notes show some crazy face values that prompt the question, how much are these notes actually worth?

Watch the #CWShowAndTell video below to find out.

Our Show & Tell series will feature Coin World editors explaining interesting numismatic items at the Coin World offices in Sidney, Ohio.

Enjoy the video and look out for future Show & Tell segments each week. 

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Older Comments (1)
I know they are just curiosities, but last year I purchased a 10 trillion dollar note and a 100 billion dollar note, both uncirculated. They're actually rather colorful, although not quite as nice as my Easter Island notes (500, 1000, and 2500 Rongo, also in uncirculated condition). Nothing wrong with having a little fun in one's coin and currency collection.