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Greece 1,000 Drachmaes Banknote, 1987, P-202, Used, TAP Authenticated

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  • Dimensions: 158 x 77 mm
  • Watermark: Head of the Charioteer Polyzalos of Delphi
  • Security Thread: Solid security thread
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The Greece 1,000 Drachmaes Banknote was issued by the Bank of Greece in 1987. The obverse depicts the bust of Apollon of Olympia, and a tetradrachm Greek silver coin from Olympia showing the Laureate head of Zeus on the obverse and an eagle on the reverse. The reverse of the banknote depicts the Temple of Hera at Ancient Olympia and the Ancient Greek sculpture Discobolus (discus thrower) by Myron of Eleutherae. The note contains a watermark that reveals the head of the Charioteer Polyzalos of Delphi and a solid security thread. The note is 158 x 77 mm and is signed by Dimitrios Chalikias. This particular banknote is in used condition and has been TAP authenticated.

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