On 13 October 2008, just two weeks after issuing 10,000- and 20,000-dollar notes, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has introduced a new, even higher denomination, the 50,000-dollar note. B165 (P74): 50,000 dollars (demonetized 30.09.2015) Green. Front: English text; Chiremba balancing rocks in Epworth; Zimbabwe bird in OVI. Back: English text;
,,,,, 10 rupees (US$0.15)Brown. Front: Mount Everest. Back: Antelopes. Windowed security thread. Watermark: Rhododendron. TK mm. No date. Signature: acting Governor K. B. Manandhar. Introduced 26.09.2008. 50 rupees (US$0.65) Blue. Front: Mount Everest. Back: Himalayan Tahr. Windowed security thread. Watermark: Rhododendron. 142 x 70 mm. No date. Signature: acting Governor
, Like B105, but with the name of the issuer on front changed from Banque Nationale de Djibouti to Banque Centrale de Djibouti. Also, the text at top and bottom on back has also been altered. Courtesy of Manuel Rodriguez and Jean-Claude Royaud.
B233 (P54): 10 latu (US$16) Violet. Front: Latvian text; oak leaf as registration device; River Daugava; Lielvārde ornamental belt. Back: Latvian text; traditional Latvian bronze bow-broach; oak leaf; coat of arms. Windowed security thread with demetalized Ls 10. Watermark: Latvian maiden. Printer: (Giesecke & Devrient). 130 x 65 mm. Paper.
On 29 September 2008, less than two months after revaluing its currency and issuing a new series of notes in which the highest denomination was 1,000 dollars, Zimbabwe issued 10,000- and 20,000-dollar notes. These notes were printed locally by Fidelity Printers in Bulawayo. The 10,000-dollar appears to be printed on