100 Greek Drachmas banknote (Athena)
The Bank of Greece issued Greek Drachma banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 100 Greek Drachmas banknote (Athena). They are part of the Greek Drachma banknotes series. The Bank of Greece started issuing these 100 Greek Drachma banknotes in 1978. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2002.
This 100 apaxmai ekaton banknote portrays Athena Peiraios on the front side. The back of the one hundred Drachma banknote has a picture of Adamantios Korais, Greek humanist Scholar. The paper banknote contains the words ‘TRAPEZA TIS ELLADOS’.
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1 GRD = £0.00018
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