Greece Quartet 50 Lepta, 1,2 & 5 Drachma 1941 P316-9 Unc

This quartet of notes was issued in wartime Greece in 1941. They are tiny. These usually turn up circulated if they turn up at all but our notes are Crisp Uncirculated! Included in the set are examples of the 50 lepta and the 1, 2 and 5 drachma (P316-9) The illustrations all refer to Greece’s ancient past- coins ( including one of Alexander the Great), the winged figure of Nike, a seated thinking figure and an early church. Crisp Uncirculated.
Availability: In stock
SKU: WGR2530
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