Greece 10 Drachmai  1976 to Date
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.

Coin: 15935 , 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: 1982 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'. 10
Tags: greece 10 drachmai ahmokpitoe ahmokpatia letter triangle last an laying lay center offcenter view mans man beard curly curl hair eaahnikh letters upside down v second atom nucleus star paxme denomination triangular triangles triange triagles off centers centered viewed viewing boy male boys curls hairdo hairline leters lettering lettered atomic starrs stars apaxme drachme araxmai drachm dpachmai evvhnikh apaxmai drachma drachmes dpaxmh apachmai paxmai draxmai apaxmae hmokpatia dpaxmai apaxmee ewhnikh ehnikh drachamas


AΗΜΟΚΡΙΤΟΣ on the face side which means DEMOKRITOS an ancient greek famous person A= delta (greek D) and Σ= sigma (greek S) ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ AΗΜΟΚΡΑΤ ™Î‘ on the other side means greek democracy Λ=lambda (greek L) The A should be replaced by a triangle delta - Omar
Thanks, Omar. According to Wikipedia Democritus (Dēmókritos, meaning "chosen of the people"; c. 460 – c. 370 BC) was an influential Ancient Greek pre-Socratic philosopher primarily remembered today for his formulation of an atomic theory of the universe. And there it is, right on the coin, an atom! - CoinQuest (Paul)

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