500 Billion Dinar, Yugoslavia, 1993
500 Billion Dinar note of Yugoslavia, printed in 1993 - when the country faced hyperinflation which led to a civil war and eventual breakup. Prices would sometimes increase from one day to next, and would double in less than a month.
This is the highest value note issued in a European country since the World War-2. This note has the largest number of Zeros printed on a single banknote - 11 of them.
Condition as seen in scan. Note is crisp, without any folds.