20 Greek Drachmas banknote (Medusa)
The Bank of Greece issued Greek Drachma banknotes in 9 different denominations,
including this 20 Greek Drachmas banknote (Medusa). They are part of the Greek Drachma banknotes series. The Bank of Greece started issuing
these 20 Greek Drachma banknotes in 1954. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1954.
The blue colored 20 drachmai bill replaced a similar looking note of 20,000 drachmai. Three zeroes were dropped after years of hyperinflation. The 20 drachma bill features the head of Athena on the front. The back side shows Medusa with snakes and a rooster.
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1 GRD = £0.0005
You get: £0.01
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