Owls on coins date back to ancient Athens (see this page (click here) for an example). Thousands of years later we find another owl on Greek coins, these are 5 and 10 lepta from 1912.
Both 5 and 10 lepta coins look the same and both coins carry approximately the same catalog values, as follows. There are almost no fully uncirculated coins left:
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $3
well preserved: $7
fully uncirculated: $75
If you can find a coin with the word ESSAI on the owl side, you have found a valuable piece. Essais like this catalog for $2500 or more. Hope you have one!
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