Greece 25,000 Drachma 1943 P123 Unc

We have a limited supply of these 25,000 drachma notes dated 1943 in Uncirculated condition (P123) They were issued during the privations of war but like all issues from this period, reference the glories of Ancient Greece in their design. The front has a portrait of the Nymph Deidamia while the back features the ruins of the Olympian Temple of Zeus in the centre of Athens. Crisp Uncirculated.
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