The Zimbabwe 10,000 Dollar banknote was issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe in 2008. Featured on its obverse is the famous Chiremba balancing rock formation in Epworth. The back of the banknote depicts a harvester on the left and a tractor on the right.
The 153 x 76 mm banknote bears a windowed security thread with demetalized RBZ 1000 and balancing rocks hologram. It also carries a watermark that reflects a Zimbabwe bird Type C and an electrotype 1000. The note seems to be printed on paper thats originally intended for a 1,000 dollar note as evidenced by the electrotype watermark of 1000 which doesnt match the banknotes denomination. This particular paper bill is in uncirculated condition.