Greece, 1978 Silver 100 Drachmas. Proof (KM.121)

Issued in 1978 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Bank of Greece. KM121. Proof in original Pack. Struck in .650 silver.
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SKU: SGM209-3113

Greece, 1978 Silver 100 Drachmas. Proof

Issued in 1978 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Bank of Greece. Proof in original Pack.

Weight 13g / Diameter 31mm / Silver .650 fineness / KM.121

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