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The Zimbabwean dollar hyperinflation of 2008 - 2009 is just the most recent example of an irresponsible government destroying its currency. In truth, no fiat currency has ever survived long term. This beautiful frame highlights the risks associated with saving in paper money as well as essential nature of precious metal as a store of value. It can never become worthless.
Each frame contains a genuine silver American Eagle containing 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver, as well as an authentic Ten Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe bank note. Each note actually circulated before becoming completely worthless as a medium of exchange and gathered to be sold as a novelty. The lustrous pure silver coin is contrasted against the ridiculous Zimbabwe bill and the essential question is posed - Which Has Real Value?
The frame is beautifully etched with an image of an impoverished Zimbabwean pushing a wheelbarrow loaded with near-worthless cash, as well as timely and relevant quotes:
"Gold is the money of kings; silver is the money of gentlemen; barter is the money of peasants; but debt is the money of slaves." ~Norm Franz
"At the end, fiat money returns to its inner value - zero." ~Voltaire
There is simply no better way to highlight the reasons to own tangible gold and silver rather than relying on paper money. A Zimbabwe frame is a fantastic gift for anyone who appreciates sound money. Give one for any occasion and spread the message!
**Item shipped unassembled**
We are not currently buying back this item.
By on September 21st, 2016
I only have concern that the political royalty in DC will be using the $10,000,000,000,000.00 note as a model for pending change in our currency. Washington, DC - "Anything is Possible/Probable"
By Dean N. on July 14th, 2016
The etching on the plexiglass, where the Zimbabwe dollar is mounted, is difficult to read. I also didn't realize that the whole display required some minor assembly. I had assumed that this product was one whole piece. The base is one part, the plexiglass slides into the base, and the encased silver dollar pops into the hole of the plexiglass. Perhaps one of the reasons it was done this way is in case the owner wants to crack open the silver dollar and redeem it?
By Ronald E. on November 24th, 2015
The quotes speak the truth. Beautiful & worth more than the price paid. I will display it prominently in my office.