Zimbabwe, 1c 1997 BU

In the years since its creation in 1980, the Zimbabwe dollar has been a byword for economic instability and hyperinflation, having been re-denominated four times since then. However, this was not the case in the early years. This 1 cent coin dated 1997, made of bronze-plated steel, was minted in 1997 and came just before the first major currency crash later that same year. These uncirculated coins show the Great Zimbabwe Bird, or bateleur eagle on the obverse and the leaves of the flame lily on the reverse.
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