The Greek coin collection includes coins from the very beginning of the rebirth of the Greek state in 1828 up to present times.
Although (as in all my collection) I make an effort to own the very best I can afford, this is not always possible. Normally I am a type collector but with Greek coins my collection is as diversified as needed but never duplicated (except in rare cases).
As in all sections the last coins in will display first.
1833 20 Drachma Gold GreeceDetails:
KM-21. Otto of Greece. I am always very fond of this coin. The very first gold coin of modern Greece. This is the full stems variety.
1833A 5 Drachma GreeceDetails:
KM-20. Otto of Greece. Paris mint. Very attractive with patchy tones. Ex Numismatica Genevensis 12 Lot 740. Grades au55 ngc.
1837 1 Lepton GreeceDETAILS:
KM-13. Otto of Greece. One of the rarest 1 Lepton copper. Grades AU58 pcgs and struck from clashed dies.
1875A 5 Drachma GreeceDETAILS:
KM-46. George A'. Paris mint. A beautiful coin mostly white some spotting obverse and begining to tone now. UNC.
1940 100 Drachma Silver Proof GreeceDETAILS:
Listed as KM-75. George B'. Minted in Birmingham, England in 1940 to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the restoration of the Monarchy. The mintage was a tiny 500 pieces. Grades PF64 NGC.
George B' was the eldest son of King Konstantine who abdicated in 1922 and died in exile a year later. George followed his father in exile and in 1924 the Kingdom was abolished in a referendum. However it was held again in 1935 in which the Kingdom was restored following an overwhelming