In 2009, the economic status of Zimbabwe was so bad that inflation rose to levels of 5 billion percent.
In response to the cash crisis, the Zimbabwe government, then under President Robert Mugabe, suspended the Zimbabwe currency indefinitely and resorted to using a variety of international currencies, including the U.S. dollar and South African Rand.
There have been reports that the country, under President Emmerson Mnangagwa, is looking to re-introduce the currency as the country starts rebuilding its economy.
Before the country abandoned the Zimbabwe Dollar, it produced trillion- and billion-dollar notes, which were later replaced by bond notes.
Here are photos of the now defunct currency:
1. The 100 trillion note
Photo: Zimbabwe Dollars
2. 50 Trillion note
3. 20 Trillion Note
4. 10 Trillion dollars
5. 100 Billion dollar
6. 50 billion dollars
7. 20 billion dollars
8. 10 billion dollars