The $100 Trillion Bill
Zimbabwe’s dollar was once worth more than the U.S. dollar, but eroded rapidly in value amid the government’s the seizure of privately-owned farms and widespread property rights violations. By 2009, the highly regulated labor market boasted unemployment of 94%
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe printed an uncountable quantity of money as government-instituted price-caps caused mass shortages of food, fuel and basic supplies. Massive inflation destroyed the currency’s value completely.
The circulated banknote is shipped with historical background and autographed Capitalistpig trading card. (Actual serial number will vary). Sold out.