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  1. Can someone give me some more information for this coin? Its weight is 14.4 gr. I can't figure out if it's copper or silver coin. I will appreciate any help
  2. Can someone help me to find out where these coins come from? Coin 1, diameter 12mm Coin 2, diameter 20mm Coin 3, diameter 25mm Coin 4, diameter 25mm Coin 5, diameter 18mm Coin 6, diameter 15mm Coin 7, diameter 14mm Thank you
  3. The smallest Greek banknote is a kind of stamp! It uses the same design as a stamp issued between 1911 to 1930. The banknote has the design in both of the sides of the paper but in the back is reverse printed! It was issued in 1st June of 1922 and it was withdrawed 1st July 1923. It's dimension is 3.5x2.7 cm (1.3x1.1 in). It's value was 10 lepta (0,10 drachmas).
  4. In Greece the highest was 100 billion drachmas in 1944
  5. Send me your address and I will mail you a VF I have in my collection.
  6. I would like to invite you to my virtual gallery of Greek Banknotes. There you can find images of almost all banknotes circulated in Greece from 1822 to 2002 until Euro replaced drachma. Also you can find many informations and facts about the Greek banknotes. The site is bilingual, English and Greek. Enjoy it!! http://www.geocities.com/greekcurrency/
  7. In the 1920's some of the Greek banknotes were officialy bisected and the two halves were circulated at the half of the face value. Does anyone know if this had happened in another country except Greece? If you want to know more about the history of Greek Banknotes you can visit my webpage at http://greekcurrency.110mb.com
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