100 Greek Drachmas banknote (Democritus)
The Bank of Greece issued Greek Drachma banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 100 Greek Drachmas banknote (Democritus). They are part of the Greek Drachma banknotes series. The Bank of Greece started issuing these 100 Greek Drachma banknotes in 1966. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1977.
The red-orange colored note of 100 Drachmai has a portrait of the Greek philosopher Democritus on the front side, along with an atom symbol. On the reverse side of the Ekaton drachma banknote is an image of Athens Academy’s main temple building.
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