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July 25, 2013


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Chris Dvaid

Lunatics and asylums comes to mind, and we think our politicians are bad. Well they are but not as bad as Mugabe's lot ay!


The largest denomination banknote ever officially issued for circulation was in 1946 by the Hungarian National Bank for the amount of 100 quintillion pengo...


Myles Wright

I thought your article is very interesting. A few questions:
1. Do you know how many of the 100 Trillion dollar notes they printed?
2. When you said you bought a book of them at the airport - how much did it cost ? How many did you get?
Many thanks

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