Greece, 10 Euro BU

We have dug out these Greek 10 Euro patterns that we have in stock and we thought they would make an interesting item for the Phoenix. They first thought it was going to be called the Ecu and not the Euro. This crownsized piece features a Discus thrower on one side and a sailing vessel from the time of the Greek empire. It is struck in Brilliant Uncirculated brass.
Availability: In stock
SKU: NGR9296
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