Largest Currency Amount Torn In Half

United States David Ross

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New York City, New York, United States / August 18, 2012

David Ross tore a 100 trillion Zimbabwean Dollar (0.33 US Dollars) bill in half.

- may use multiple bills
- bills must be from an internationally recognized sovereign nation
- value of money must be measured in equivalency to US Dollars on the date of the attempt
- must tear bills in half without assistance
- may not pre-cut bills
- must provide video evidence

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  • United States David Ross

    David Ross

    When I posted it I said "cut in half" but Recordsetter staff changed it for some reason I'm not aware of. I also listed it as 100 trillion note, which was kind of the point of the whole thing and they listed it as 33 cents. Not sure why.

  • United States DJ Staska

    DJ Staska

    Rules "Must tear bills in half without assistance."

    You didn't tear it in half, you cut it. Your record is void.

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