Greece 2000M Drachma 1944 P133 Unc

In the 1940s, Greece suffered from rampant inflation and although times were hard the banknotes produced were still able to celebrate Greece’s glorious past. The numbers on this note say a modest 2000 but the truth is the note is for 2000 million drachma !(P133) The central vignette is a frieze taken from The Parthenon in Athens. These notes were printed locally in Athens and are in Uncirculated condition.
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SKU: WGR1425
£4.50
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