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Why are people still buying Zimbabwe currency? It is very clearly stated that the Zim is now defunct & they have switched to just using the USD...
|wildcats12 wrote |
|can any one tell me what zim notes to purchase|
|gswoo13 wrote |
|wildcat been a while since i bought mine and don't have them in front of me but they are supposed to be uncirculated I believe and they have a pile of rocks on them. 50 Trillion and 100 Trillion notes don't let them send you !0 Ten trillion notes…be careful what you order|
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Amazing ... I will confess I MAY buy some purely as a novelty. They look nice and it would be fun to have a framed $100T note on my office wall. Maybe a full set in a black mat.
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@Kevind53 wrote:Amazing ... I will confess I MAY buy some purely as a novelty. They look nice and it would be fun to have a framed $100T note on my office wall. Maybe a full set in a black mat.
Shoulda got to it before the dinarians latched onto it. Coin dealers used to have these sitting on the counter as a novelty and usually for sale for 25 cents or a buck each. TNT followers and the like have driven them up to 20 bucks or more.
One eBay seller with a long running ad has sold 9,530 of them for $22.99 each. Nearly $220,000 for currency with an actual total value of maybe 4 grand, not a bad gig.
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