A collage of bank notes and bearer cheques issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe during the country's hyperinflation and currency collapse, which began with the printing of a Z$500 note and ended with a $50 trillion "bearer cheque" just before the country disbanded its currency and switched to the U.S. dollar in 2009.  (image by Tawanda Kanhema)
A collage of bank notes and bearer cheques issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe during the country's hyperinflation and currency collapse, which began with the printing of a Z$500 note and ended with a $50 trillion "bearer cheque" just before the country disbanded its currency and switched to the U.S. dollar in 2009.
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