Greece 10 Drachmai 1976 to Date
You did a remarkable job, Tucker, describing the Greek lettering. These are modern coins made of copper nickel. All dates are worth much less than $1 US dollar when in circulated condition. A collector might pay a few dollars for a fully uncirculated specimen.
, Genre: Orthodox and Slavic
Requested by: Tucker, Fri, 15-Nov-2013 03:52:33 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Fri, 15-Nov-2013 23:34:16 GMT
Requester description: Front Side: left edge there is the text 'AHMOKPITOE' (the first letter looks like a hollowed-out triangle, maybe A? the last letter looks like an M laying on its side, maybe S or Z?), center there is a side view of a mans face with a beard and curly hair. Back Side: outside edge the text 'EAAHNIKH AHMOKPATIA' (the unknown letters in the first word look like upside-down V's, and the unknown in the second word is the triangle from previously), in the center is a atom with the nucleus looking like a star, below the atom is the text '?PAXME?' (first unknown is the triangle and the second is the sideways M), bottom s the date and denomination '19(10)82'.
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