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HELLENIC GREEK Numismatic Programme 2018  OF HELLAS OF GREECE   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS   2 euro COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COIN DEDICATED TO: “KOSTIS PALAMAS – 75 YEARS IN MEMORIAM” (maximum issue 748,000 pieces)  2 euro COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COIN DEDICATED TO: “70 YEARS FROM THE UNION OF THE DODECANESE WITH GREECE” (maximum issue 748,000 pieces)  COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – HISTORIANS – HERODOTUS (maximum issue 1,000 pieces)  100 euro MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – APOLLO” (maximum issue 1,200 pieces) 50  euro MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – THE TEMPLE OF POSEIDON AT SOUNION” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “EUROPA STAR 2018 – BAROQUE & ROCOCO” (maximum issue 5,000 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – PINDAR” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – HISTORIANS – HERODOTUS (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  6 euro  MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “CENTENARY OF THE HELLENIC MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY – YEAR OF MATHEMATICS” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  SPECIAL EDITIONS  BLISTER SET DEDICATED TO: “GREEK TOURISM – RHODES” CONTAINING ALL EIGHT DENOMINATIONS OF 2018 GREEK EURO COINS (maximum issue 15,000 pieces)  PROOF COIN SET CONTAINING ALL ΤΕΝ DENOMINATIONS OF 2018 GREEK EURO COINS IN A WOODEN BOX (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  SET OF SIX SILVER PROOF COLLECTOR COINS, ISSUE 2018, FACE VALUE: €6 EACH, DEDICATED TO “PROMINENT GREEK ECONOMISTS”, IN A WOODEN CASE WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)   10 euro silver coin dedicated to GREEK CULTURE — Philosophers — Diogenes Born in Sinope on the Black Sea, Diogenes was the most significant of the cynic philosophers. In exile, he moved to Athens, where he became a pupil of Antisthenes, disciple of Socrates and founder of the Cynic school of thought. The cynics advocated simplicity, self-sufficiency, austerity, self-knowledge and moral probity. Τhey most probably derived their name from the word cyon (dog), by which Diogenes came to be known, in allusion to his biting sarcasm. In Athens he was said to live in a large ceramic jar and in full daylight would stroll about holding a lantern, claiming to be searching for a (true or honest) man. Diogenes eventually settled in Corinth, where Alexander the Great once sought to meet him. When Alexander inquired whether there was any favour that Diogenes might want of him, Diogenes famously retorted “Yes, stand out of my sunlight”, in keeping with his typical disdain for social conventions and material possessions. 10 euro silver coin dedicated to GREEK CULTURE — lyric poets — Sappho Sappho of Lesbos was one of the greatest lyric poets in ancient Greece and one of the first in the Western world to consistently express personal emotions. She composed her poems in the Aeolian dialect and sang them to the accompaniment of a lyre. Her works, which survive mostly in fragments, cover a broad thematic range: poems celebrating nature and love, hymeneals and epithalamia (marriage songs), odes and invocations of gods. Her superb lyric imagery, vivid rendering of female sensitivity and bold eroticism have, for centuries, stirred widespread interest, if not controversy. Sappho won high acclaim in ancient times and was even hailed as the “tenth Muse”. To this day, she remains one of the most influential ancient poets. 6 euro mini silver coin dedicated to INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT By decision of the United Nations, 2017 has been proclaimed “International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development” in recognition of the important role of sustainable tourism as a positive instrument towards the eradication of poverty, the protection of the environment and the improvement of quality of life, and of its contribution to the three dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental). Tourism has close linkages to other sectors and can contribute to decent job creation. The sector’s importance is reflected by the fact that tourism is included as targets under three of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations. International tourism, in particular, can generate trade opportunities, foster better understanding among peoples and bring about a greater appreciation of the rich heritage and the inherent values of different cultures, thereby contributing to the strengthening of peace in the world. Blister with 5 euro collector coin commemorating 175 years from the birth of NIKOLAOS GYSIS NIKOLAOS GYSIS (1842-1901) Nikolaos Gysis, one of the finest modern Greek painters, was born on the island of Tinos but grew up in Athens, where he attended classes at the Athens School of Fine Arts. In 1865, he received a scholarship to study at the renowned Munich Academy of Fine Arts, where he mastered a flawless technique and the tenets of academic realism. He spent most of his life in Munich, where he became full professor at the Academy, returning to Greece only occasionally. His journey to Asia Minor with fellow artist Nikephoros Lytras enriched his palette and shifted his focus to Greek genre themes. The output of his later years became more poetic and idealistic, often inspired by Greek mythology and religious themes, with a discernible influence of symbolism. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI The ancient city of Philippi was named after Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great. The site, which includes an ancient theatre, three Christian basilicas and other monuments, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2016. 2 euro commemorative circulation coin DEDICATED TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI 2 euro commemorative circulation coin dedicated to 60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS (1883-1957) Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) was one of Greece’s greatest 20th-century writers. He is known across the world mostly for his novels, rich in metaphysical insight and iconic heroes, and translated into over 30 languages. 200 gold coin dedicated to greek culture — philosophers — DIOGENES 100 euro MINI GOLD PLUS coin dedicated to GREEK MYTHOLOGY — THE OLYMPIAN GODS — ATHENA ATHENA Athena, favourite daughter of Zeus, was the goddess of wisdom, war and the crafts. She sprang forth from Zeus’s head, fully grown and fully armed, representing his wisdom and will. In ancient Greek art, she is portrayed wearing a helmet, often holding shield and spear. Worshipped throughout the Greek world, Athena was especially associated with Athens, of which she was the patroness. It was to Athena Parthenos (Athena the virgin) that the Parthenon was dedicated, with its chryselephantine (gold and ivory) statue of the goddess, crafted by Phidias, while the colossal Athena Promachos (Athena the front-line fighter), also by Phidias, watched over the city from the rock of the Acropolis. Her numerous epithets include: Pallas, Polias (of the city), Archegetis (leader), Nike (victory). The olive was her sacred tree, and the owl, represented on the Athenian drachma coins, was her symbol. 50 euro MINI GOLD coin dedicated to CULTURAL HERITAGE — MINOAN CIVILISATION MINOAN CIVILISATION The Minoan civilisation emerged on the island of Crete in the early 3rd millennium BC and reached its apogee in the 16th and 15th centuries BC. Named after Minos, the mythical king of Knossos, it was the most brilliant civilisation to evolve in the Bronze Age Aegean. The monumental palace of Knossos uncovered by Sir Arthur Evans at the turn of the 20th century and three other important palaces later unearthed at Phaestos, Malia and Zakros indicate a well-organised and affluent society strongly engaged in maritime trade throughout the Eastern Mediterranean. The sophistication of the Minoan culture is further evidenced by the development of scripts (first, Cretan hieroglyphic, then Linear A, both still undeciphered) and exquisite art (architecture, murals, pottery, figurines). The Minoan civilisation collapsed, for reasons that are still debated, in the 15th century BC, when Crete was taken over by the Mycenaeans. 10 euro silver coin , EUROPA STAR 2017 SERIES dedicated to THE AGE OF IRON AND GLASS THE AGE OF IRON AND GLASS The Age of Iron and Glass in Greece coincides with the first decades of state-building after Greece’s independence in 1830. An iconic literary figure of the time was Greece’s national poet, Dionysios Solomos (1798-1857), whose work immortalised the Greek nation’s struggle for liberty. The late 19th century was marked by the first major engineering projects in Greece, including, most prominently, the opening of the Corinth Canal, inaugurated in 1893, and the construction of the iron bridge spanning it and connecting the Peloponnese with the Greek mainland, both remarkable feats of engineering in their day. Another landmark event was the revival of the Olympic Games and the holding of the first modern Olympics in Athens in 1896, symbolised by the Bréal cup awarded to the Greek Spyros Louis, winner of the marathon race.  

Numismatic Programme 2017  Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2017   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS 2 EURO Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI” 2 euro Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”   COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro  GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”   100 euro  MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – ATHENA”  50 euro  MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – MINOAN CIVILISATION”  10 euro SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”  10 euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – SAPPHO”  6 euro MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT”    SPECIAL EDITIONS  Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”     Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”     Blister with  5 euro  collector coin commemorating “175 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF NIKOLAOS GYSIS”     Blister set dedicated to: “GREEK TOURISM – CRETE” containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”    PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins in a wooden box.   Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2016   I.   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS     €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 742,000 pieces)   €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 742,000 pieces)   200 EURO GOD Democritus 2016   

II. COLLECTOR COINS  €200 GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DEMOKRITOS” (maximum issue 1,000 pieces)     €100 MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – POSEIDON” (maximum issue 1,200 pieces) ·        €50 MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – OLYMPIA” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)     €10 SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DEMOKRITOS” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)       €10 SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – NEW COMEDY – MENANDER” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  €6 MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “50 YEARS OF TELEVISION IN GREECE” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  III.     SPECIAL EDITIONS         Coin card – blister with the €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)  Coin card – blister with the €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)  Blister with €5 collector coin commemorating “100 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF YANNIS MORALIS” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)   Blister set dedicated to “GREEK TOURISM – PELOPONNESE” containing all eight denominations of 2016 greek euro coins (maximum issue 15,000 pieces) €2 Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF): “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)   €2 Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF): “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)     PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2016 greek euro coins in a wooden box (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  Greece Started Using The Euro on January 1st 2002  2016  NUMISMATIC  PRODUCT  RELEASES  1.   Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins with face value of 10 €, dedicated to:      “Greek Culture-Philosophers-Demokritos”.  The date of release is set to be the 12th of May, 2016 and selling price 65 Euros (VAT included). After the 31st of May, 2016 the selling price will be 65,53 Euros (VAT included), due to the raise of VAT rate to 24%.   the total mintage is 2.000 Coins.    According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 12/5/16 – 26/5/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.  2.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins with face value of 200 €, dedicated to:         “Greek Culture-Philosophers-Demokritos”.   The date of release is set to be the 31st of May, 2016 and selling price 450 Euros (VAT included). After the 31st of May, 2016 the selling price will be 453,67 Euros (VAT included), due to the raise of VAT rate to 24%.  The total mintage is 1.000 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 31/5/16 – 14/6/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    3.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins (mini gold) with face value of 50 €, dedicated to:       “Greek Heritage - Olympia”.  the date of release is set to be the 24th of June, 2016 and selling price 75,62 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 1.500 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 24/6/16 – 8/7/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    Dispensation to the public Blister coin sets containing all eight denominations of 2016 Greek Euro coins, dedicated to:    “Greek Tourism - Peloponnese”.  The date of release is set to be the 24th of June, 2016 and selling price 16,13 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 15.000 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 24/6/16 – 8/7/16 any interested party may obtain up to five (5) sets. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins (mini gold plus) with face value of 100 €, dedicated to:   “Greek Mythology – The Olympian Gods - Poseidon”.  the date of release is set to be the 7th of July, 2016 and selling price 201,62 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 1.200 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 7/7/16 – 20/7/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins, (mini silver), with face value of 6 €, dedicated to:     “50 YEARS OF TELEVISION IN GREECE”   the date of release is set to be the 15th of September, 2016 and selling price 40 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 1.500 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 15/9/16 – 28/9/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.  Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins, (silver), with face value of 10 €, dedicated to:        “GREEK CULTURE – NEW COMEDY - MENANDER”  The date of release is set to be the 28th of September, 2016 and selling price 65 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 2.000 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 28/9/16 – 11/10/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Collector Coins,  with face value of 5€, commemorating:    “100 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF YIANNIS MORALIS”   the date of release is set to be the 31st of October, 2016 and selling price 8 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 6.500 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 31/10/16 – 14/11/16 any interested party may obtain three (3) pieces. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Proof Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2016 Greek Euro coins in a wooden box.   the date of release is set to be the 14th of November, 2016 and selling price 75,60 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 2.000 sets.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 14/11/16 – 28/11/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) set. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    On new year's day 2002, Greece, like the other 11 members of the Eurozone, started using Euro notes and Euro coins for cash transactions. Within a few months, the old coins and banknotes in Drachmas have been withdrawn. We have uncirculated sets from each of the twelve countries in stock now for immediate delivery.

The Minister for the National Economy and the Governor of the Bank of Greece chose the designs for their euro coins from a set of proposals presented by a national technical and artistic committee.The designer of the winning motifs was sculptor Georges Stamatopoulos, sponsored by the Bank of Greece. There is a separate design for each denomination

Greek euro coins feature a unique design for every one of the eight coins. They were all designed by Georgios Stamatopoulos with the minor coins depicting Greek ships, the middle ones portraying famous Greeks and the two large denominations showing images of Greek history and mythology. All designs feature the 12 stars of the EU, the year of imprint and a tiny symbol of the Bank of Greece [1]. Uniquely, the value of the coins is expressed on the national side in the Greek alphabet, as well as being on the common side in the Roman alphabet. The euro cent is known as the lepto (λεπτό; plural lepta, λεπτά) in Greek.

Greece did not enter the eurozone until 2001 and was not able to start minting coins as early as the other eleven member states, so a number of coins circulated in 2002 were not minted in Athens but in Finland (€1 and €2 – mint mark S), France (1c, 2c, 5c, 10c and 50c – mint mark F) and Spain (20c - mint mark E). The coins minted in Athens for the Euro introduction in 2002 as well as all the subsequent Greek euro coins do not carry any mint mark.

Numismatic Programme 2017  Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2017   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS 2 EURO Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI” 2 euro Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”   COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro  GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”   100 euro  MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – ATHENA”  50 euro  MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – MINOAN CIVILISATION”  10 euro SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”  10 euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – SAPPHO”  6 euro MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT”    SPECIAL EDITIONS  Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”     Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”     Blister with  5 euro  collector coin commemorating “175 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF NIKOLAOS GYSIS”     Blister set dedicated to: “GREEK TOURISM – CRETE” containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”    PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins in a wooden box. 

Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) was a Greek writer, celebrated for his novels, which include Zorba the Greek (published 1946 as Life and Times of Alexis Zorbas), Christ Recrucified (1948), Captain Michalis (1950, translated 'Freedom or Death), and The Last Temptation of Christ (1955). He also wrote plays, travel books, memoirs and philosophical essays. His fame was further spread in the English speaking world by cinematic adaptations of Zorba the Greek (1964) and The Last Temptation of Christ (1988).   The theme of the second Greek 2-euro commemorative coin is "Archaeological Sites of Philippi".   
Philippi is an ancient city and fortress in the east of Macedonia near the Thracian border in the plain flowed by the Angites. It lies about 15 kilometers northwest of today's Kavala near the village of Krinides. In July 2016 the archaeological site of Philippi was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its importance as a Roman city and the oldest Christian community in Europe.

Greece - Euro Coins

HELLENIC GREEK Numismatic Programme 2018  OF HELLAS OF GREECE   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS   2 euro COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COIN DEDICATED TO: “KOSTIS PALAMAS – 75 YEARS IN MEMORIAM” (maximum issue 748,000 pieces)  2 euro COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COIN DEDICATED TO: “70 YEARS FROM THE UNION OF THE DODECANESE WITH GREECE” (maximum issue 748,000 pieces)  COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – HISTORIANS – HERODOTUS (maximum issue 1,000 pieces)  100 euro MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – APOLLO” (maximum issue 1,200 pieces) 50  euro MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – THE TEMPLE OF POSEIDON AT SOUNION” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “EUROPA STAR 2018 – BAROQUE & ROCOCO” (maximum issue 5,000 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – PINDAR” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  10  euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – HISTORIANS – HERODOTUS (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  6 euro  MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “CENTENARY OF THE HELLENIC MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY – YEAR OF MATHEMATICS” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  SPECIAL EDITIONS  BLISTER SET DEDICATED TO: “GREEK TOURISM – RHODES” CONTAINING ALL EIGHT DENOMINATIONS OF 2018 GREEK EURO COINS (maximum issue 15,000 pieces)  PROOF COIN SET CONTAINING ALL ΤΕΝ DENOMINATIONS OF 2018 GREEK EURO COINS IN A WOODEN BOX (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  SET OF SIX SILVER PROOF COLLECTOR COINS, ISSUE 2018, FACE VALUE: €6 EACH, DEDICATED TO “PROMINENT GREEK ECONOMISTS”, IN A WOODEN CASE WITH A CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)   10 euro silver coin dedicated to GREEK CULTURE — Philosophers — Diogenes Born in Sinope on the Black Sea, Diogenes was the most significant of the cynic philosophers. In exile, he moved to Athens, where he became a pupil of Antisthenes, disciple of Socrates and founder of the Cynic school of thought. The cynics advocated simplicity, self-sufficiency, austerity, self-knowledge and moral probity. Τhey most probably derived their name from the word cyon (dog), by which Diogenes came to be known, in allusion to his biting sarcasm. In Athens he was said to live in a large ceramic jar and in full daylight would stroll about holding a lantern, claiming to be searching for a (true or honest) man. Diogenes eventually settled in Corinth, where Alexander the Great once sought to meet him. When Alexander inquired whether there was any favour that Diogenes might want of him, Diogenes famously retorted “Yes, stand out of my sunlight”, in keeping with his typical disdain for social conventions and material possessions. 10 euro silver coin dedicated to GREEK CULTURE — lyric poets — Sappho Sappho of Lesbos was one of the greatest lyric poets in ancient Greece and one of the first in the Western world to consistently express personal emotions. She composed her poems in the Aeolian dialect and sang them to the accompaniment of a lyre. Her works, which survive mostly in fragments, cover a broad thematic range: poems celebrating nature and love, hymeneals and epithalamia (marriage songs), odes and invocations of gods. Her superb lyric imagery, vivid rendering of female sensitivity and bold eroticism have, for centuries, stirred widespread interest, if not controversy. Sappho won high acclaim in ancient times and was even hailed as the “tenth Muse”. To this day, she remains one of the most influential ancient poets. 6 euro mini silver coin dedicated to INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT By decision of the United Nations, 2017 has been proclaimed “International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development” in recognition of the important role of sustainable tourism as a positive instrument towards the eradication of poverty, the protection of the environment and the improvement of quality of life, and of its contribution to the three dimensions of sustainable development (economic, social and environmental). Tourism has close linkages to other sectors and can contribute to decent job creation. The sector’s importance is reflected by the fact that tourism is included as targets under three of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations. International tourism, in particular, can generate trade opportunities, foster better understanding among peoples and bring about a greater appreciation of the rich heritage and the inherent values of different cultures, thereby contributing to the strengthening of peace in the world. Blister with 5 euro collector coin commemorating 175 years from the birth of NIKOLAOS GYSIS NIKOLAOS GYSIS (1842-1901) Nikolaos Gysis, one of the finest modern Greek painters, was born on the island of Tinos but grew up in Athens, where he attended classes at the Athens School of Fine Arts. In 1865, he received a scholarship to study at the renowned Munich Academy of Fine Arts, where he mastered a flawless technique and the tenets of academic realism. He spent most of his life in Munich, where he became full professor at the Academy, returning to Greece only occasionally. His journey to Asia Minor with fellow artist Nikephoros Lytras enriched his palette and shifted his focus to Greek genre themes. The output of his later years became more poetic and idealistic, often inspired by Greek mythology and religious themes, with a discernible influence of symbolism. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI The ancient city of Philippi was named after Philip II of Macedon, father of Alexander the Great. The site, which includes an ancient theatre, three Christian basilicas and other monuments, was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2016. 2 euro commemorative circulation coin DEDICATED TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI 2 euro commemorative circulation coin dedicated to 60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS (1883-1957) Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) was one of Greece’s greatest 20th-century writers. He is known across the world mostly for his novels, rich in metaphysical insight and iconic heroes, and translated into over 30 languages. 200 gold coin dedicated to greek culture — philosophers — DIOGENES 100 euro MINI GOLD PLUS coin dedicated to GREEK MYTHOLOGY — THE OLYMPIAN GODS — ATHENA ATHENA Athena, favourite daughter of Zeus, was the goddess of wisdom, war and the crafts. She sprang forth from Zeus’s head, fully grown and fully armed, representing his wisdom and will. In ancient Greek art, she is portrayed wearing a helmet, often holding shield and spear. Worshipped throughout the Greek world, Athena was especially associated with Athens, of which she was the patroness. It was to Athena Parthenos (Athena the virgin) that the Parthenon was dedicated, with its chryselephantine (gold and ivory) statue of the goddess, crafted by Phidias, while the colossal Athena Promachos (Athena the front-line fighter), also by Phidias, watched over the city from the rock of the Acropolis. Her numerous epithets include: Pallas, Polias (of the city), Archegetis (leader), Nike (victory). The olive was her sacred tree, and the owl, represented on the Athenian drachma coins, was her symbol. 50 euro MINI GOLD coin dedicated to CULTURAL HERITAGE — MINOAN CIVILISATION MINOAN CIVILISATION The Minoan civilisation emerged on the island of Crete in the early 3rd millennium BC and reached its apogee in the 16th and 15th centuries BC. Named after Minos, the mythical king of Knossos, it was the most brilliant civilisation to evolve in the Bronze Age Aegean. The monumental palace of Knossos uncovered by Sir Arthur Evans at the turn of the 20th century and three other important palaces later unearthed at Phaestos, Malia and Zakros indicate a well-organised and affluent society strongly engaged in maritime trade throughout the Eastern Mediterranean. The sophistication of the Minoan culture is further evidenced by the development of scripts (first, Cretan hieroglyphic, then Linear A, both still undeciphered) and exquisite art (architecture, murals, pottery, figurines). The Minoan civilisation collapsed, for reasons that are still debated, in the 15th century BC, when Crete was taken over by the Mycenaeans. 10 euro silver coin , EUROPA STAR 2017 SERIES dedicated to THE AGE OF IRON AND GLASS THE AGE OF IRON AND GLASS The Age of Iron and Glass in Greece coincides with the first decades of state-building after Greece’s independence in 1830. An iconic literary figure of the time was Greece’s national poet, Dionysios Solomos (1798-1857), whose work immortalised the Greek nation’s struggle for liberty. The late 19th century was marked by the first major engineering projects in Greece, including, most prominently, the opening of the Corinth Canal, inaugurated in 1893, and the construction of the iron bridge spanning it and connecting the Peloponnese with the Greek mainland, both remarkable feats of engineering in their day. Another landmark event was the revival of the Olympic Games and the holding of the first modern Olympics in Athens in 1896, symbolised by the Bréal cup awarded to the Greek Spyros Louis, winner of the marathon race.  

Numismatic Programme 2017  Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2017   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS 2 EURO Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI” 2 euro Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”   COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro  GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”   100 euro  MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – ATHENA”  50 euro  MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – MINOAN CIVILISATION”  10 euro SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”  10 euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – SAPPHO”  6 euro MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT”    SPECIAL EDITIONS  Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”     Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”     Blister with  5 euro  collector coin commemorating “175 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF NIKOLAOS GYSIS”     Blister set dedicated to: “GREEK TOURISM – CRETE” containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”    PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins in a wooden box.   Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2016   I.   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS     €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 742,000 pieces)   €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 742,000 pieces)   200 EURO GOD Democritus 2016   

II. COLLECTOR COINS  €200 GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DEMOKRITOS” (maximum issue 1,000 pieces)     €100 MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – POSEIDON” (maximum issue 1,200 pieces) ·        €50 MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – OLYMPIA” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)     €10 SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DEMOKRITOS” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)       €10 SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – NEW COMEDY – MENANDER” (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  €6 MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “50 YEARS OF TELEVISION IN GREECE” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)  III.     SPECIAL EDITIONS         Coin card – blister with the €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)  Coin card – blister with the €2 Commemorative circulation coin: “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)  Blister with €5 collector coin commemorating “100 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF YANNIS MORALIS” (maximum issue 6,500 pieces)   Blister set dedicated to “GREEK TOURISM – PELOPONNESE” containing all eight denominations of 2016 greek euro coins (maximum issue 15,000 pieces) €2 Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF): “150 YEARS FROM THE ARCADI MONASTERY HOLOCAUST” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)   €2 Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF): “120 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF DIMITRI MITROPOULOS” (maximum issue 1,500 pieces)     PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2016 greek euro coins in a wooden box (maximum issue 2,000 pieces)  Greece Started Using The Euro on January 1st 2002  2016  NUMISMATIC  PRODUCT  RELEASES  1.   Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins with face value of 10 €, dedicated to:      “Greek Culture-Philosophers-Demokritos”.  The date of release is set to be the 12th of May, 2016 and selling price 65 Euros (VAT included). After the 31st of May, 2016 the selling price will be 65,53 Euros (VAT included), due to the raise of VAT rate to 24%.   the total mintage is 2.000 Coins.    According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 12/5/16 – 26/5/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.  2.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins with face value of 200 €, dedicated to:         “Greek Culture-Philosophers-Demokritos”.   The date of release is set to be the 31st of May, 2016 and selling price 450 Euros (VAT included). After the 31st of May, 2016 the selling price will be 453,67 Euros (VAT included), due to the raise of VAT rate to 24%.  The total mintage is 1.000 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 31/5/16 – 14/6/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    3.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins (mini gold) with face value of 50 €, dedicated to:       “Greek Heritage - Olympia”.  the date of release is set to be the 24th of June, 2016 and selling price 75,62 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 1.500 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 24/6/16 – 8/7/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    Dispensation to the public Blister coin sets containing all eight denominations of 2016 Greek Euro coins, dedicated to:    “Greek Tourism - Peloponnese”.  The date of release is set to be the 24th of June, 2016 and selling price 16,13 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 15.000 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 24/6/16 – 8/7/16 any interested party may obtain up to five (5) sets. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Gold Collector Coins (mini gold plus) with face value of 100 €, dedicated to:   “Greek Mythology – The Olympian Gods - Poseidon”.  the date of release is set to be the 7th of July, 2016 and selling price 201,62 Euros (VAT included).  The total mintage is 1.200 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 7/7/16 – 20/7/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins, (mini silver), with face value of 6 €, dedicated to:     “50 YEARS OF TELEVISION IN GREECE”   the date of release is set to be the 15th of September, 2016 and selling price 40 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 1.500 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 15/9/16 – 28/9/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.  Dispensation to the public Silver Collector Coins, (silver), with face value of 10 €, dedicated to:        “GREEK CULTURE – NEW COMEDY - MENANDER”  The date of release is set to be the 28th of September, 2016 and selling price 65 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 2.000 Coins.   According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 28/9/16 – 11/10/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) piece. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Collector Coins,  with face value of 5€, commemorating:    “100 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF YIANNIS MORALIS”   the date of release is set to be the 31st of October, 2016 and selling price 8 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 6.500 Coins.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 31/10/16 – 14/11/16 any interested party may obtain three (3) pieces. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.   Dispensation to the public Proof Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2016 Greek Euro coins in a wooden box.   the date of release is set to be the 14th of November, 2016 and selling price 75,60 Euros (VAT included). The total mintage is 2.000 sets.  According to the decisions of the Minister of Finance, during the period from 14/11/16 – 28/11/16 any interested party may obtain one (1) set. After that period, there will be no quantity restriction. Purchase of larger quantities (referring only to official coin merchandisers) is subject to approval in writing by the 25th Directorate (Dept A) of the General Accounting Office of State.    On new year's day 2002, Greece, like the other 11 members of the Eurozone, started using Euro notes and Euro coins for cash transactions. Within a few months, the old coins and banknotes in Drachmas have been withdrawn. We have uncirculated sets from each of the twelve countries in stock now for immediate delivery.

The Minister for the National Economy and the Governor of the Bank of Greece chose the designs for their euro coins from a set of proposals presented by a national technical and artistic committee.The designer of the winning motifs was sculptor Georges Stamatopoulos, sponsored by the Bank of Greece. There is a separate design for each denomination

Greek euro coins feature a unique design for every one of the eight coins. They were all designed by Georgios Stamatopoulos with the minor coins depicting Greek ships, the middle ones portraying famous Greeks and the two large denominations showing images of Greek history and mythology. All designs feature the 12 stars of the EU, the year of imprint and a tiny symbol of the Bank of Greece [1]. Uniquely, the value of the coins is expressed on the national side in the Greek alphabet, as well as being on the common side in the Roman alphabet. The euro cent is known as the lepto (λεπτό; plural lepta, λεπτά) in Greek.

Greece did not enter the eurozone until 2001 and was not able to start minting coins as early as the other eleven member states, so a number of coins circulated in 2002 were not minted in Athens but in Finland (€1 and €2 – mint mark S), France (1c, 2c, 5c, 10c and 50c – mint mark F) and Spain (20c - mint mark E). The coins minted in Athens for the Euro introduction in 2002 as well as all the subsequent Greek euro coins do not carry any mint mark.

Numismatic Programme 2017  Hellenic Numismatic Programme of 2017   COMMEMORATIVE CIRCULATION COINS 2 EURO Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI” 2 euro Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”   COLLECTOR COINS 200 euro  GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”   100 euro  MINI GOLD PLUS COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK MYTHOLOGY – THE OLYMPIAN GODS – ATHENA”  50 euro  MINI GOLD COIN DEDICATED TO: “CULTURAL HERITAGE – MINOAN CIVILISATION”  10 euro SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES”  10 euro  SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “GREEK CULTURE – LYRIC POETS – SAPPHO”  6 euro MINI SILVER COIN DEDICATED TO: “INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM FOR DEVELOPMENT”    SPECIAL EDITIONS  Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”     Coin card – blister with the 2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”     Blister with  5 euro  collector coin commemorating “175 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF NIKOLAOS GYSIS”     Blister set dedicated to: “GREEK TOURISM – CRETE” containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE OF PHILIPPI”  2 euro  Commemorative circulation coin (PROOF) dedicated to: “60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS”    PROOF Coin Set containing all eight denominations of 2017 greek euro coins in a wooden box. 

Nikos Kazantzakis (1883-1957) was a Greek writer, celebrated for his novels, which include Zorba the Greek (published 1946 as Life and Times of Alexis Zorbas), Christ Recrucified (1948), Captain Michalis (1950, translated 'Freedom or Death), and The Last Temptation of Christ (1955). He also wrote plays, travel books, memoirs and philosophical essays. His fame was further spread in the English speaking world by cinematic adaptations of Zorba the Greek (1964) and The Last Temptation of Christ (1988).   The theme of the second Greek 2-euro commemorative coin is "Archaeological Sites of Philippi".   
Philippi is an ancient city and fortress in the east of Macedonia near the Thracian border in the plain flowed by the Angites. It lies about 15 kilometers northwest of today's Kavala near the village of Krinides. In July 2016 the archaeological site of Philippi was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its importance as a Roman city and the oldest Christian community in Europe.

EURO COINS

Greece – 2 Euro, Plato's Academy, 2013 (proof)

Commemorative coin 2 Euro issued to celebrate the 2400 anniversary of the foundation of Plato's Academy.

Price: 58,00 €
Greece – 2 Euro, union of Crete with Greece, 2013 (proof)

Commemorative coin 2 Euro issued to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the union of Crete with Greece.

Price: 58,00 €
Greece – 2 Euro, Archeological site of Philippi, 2017 (proof)

Commemorative circulation coin 2 euro 2017 dedicated to the Archeological site of Philippi.

Price: 68,00 €
Greece – 2 Euro, NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS, 2017 (rolls of 25 coins)

Commemorative 2 euro 2017, 60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS (1883-1957). Universally recognised as a giant of modern Greek literature, Kazantzakis was nominated for the Nobel Prize in nine different years.

Price: 69,50 €
Greece – 2 Euro, NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS, 2017 (proof)

Commemorative 2 euro 2017, 60 YEARS IN MEMORIAM OF NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS (1883-1957). Universally recognised as a giant of modern Greek literature, Kazantzakis was nominated for the Nobel Prize in nine different years.

Price: 79,90 €
Greece - 50 Euro gold, MINOAN CIVILISATION, 2017

Mini Gold Collector Coin with face value of 50 euro, dedicated to the CULTURAL HERITAGE — MINOAN CIVILISATION. Weight 1g, diametre 14mm. Maximum mintage 1.500 coins. Quality: proof.

Price: 145,00 €
Greece - 10 Euro Silver Proof, SAPPHO, 2017

GREEK CULTURE-LYRIC POETS-SAPPHO. Silver coin dedicated to Greek culture. Ag 925, weight 34.1g, diametre 40mm. Μintage 2000 items in Proof Quality.

Price: 78,00 €
Greece - Euro coins Official BU Set 2017, CRETE

The official 2017 BU Set of the Hellenic Republic, including the 8 Euro coins, from 1 Eurocent to 2 Euro (Europa 2017), is dedicated to Greek tourism, CRETE.

Price: 18,50 €
Greece - 10 Euro Silver, IRON AND GLASS, 2017

Europa Star 2017 - Age of Iron and Glass. Silver coin 10 euro proof. Ag 925, weight 31.1g, diameter 38.61mm. Mintage 5.000 items.

Price: 78,00 €
Greece - 10 Euro Silver Proof, DIOGENES, 2017

GREEK CULTURE – PHILOSOPHERS – DIOGENES. Silver coin dedicated to Greek culture. Ag 925, weight 34.1g, diametre 40mm. Μintage 2000 items in Proof Quality.

Price: 78,00 €
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