10000 Tanzanian Shillings banknote (Elephant type 2011)

The Bank of Tanzania issued Tanzanian Shilling banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 10000 Tanzanian Shillings banknote (Elephant type 2011). They are part of the current Tanzanian Shilling banknotes series. The Bank of Tanzania started issuing these 10000 Tanzanian Shilling banknotes in 2011. They are currently still in circulation.

Tanzania’s highest value bill is the 10,0000 Shilling note, which features an African elephant prominently on its front side. The red-coloured 10000 TZS banknote has a holographic security thread and a gold coloured diamond shape with a giraffe as two of its security features. The back side of the Shilingi Elfu Kumi note shows the two towers of the Bank of Tanzania building in Dar Es Salaam.

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1 TZS = £0.00019

You get: £1.90

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