top of page

Introducing the Greece 1917 1 Drachma P309 banknote, a relic from the turbulent times of the early 20th century.

This banknote, issued during World War I, carries a rich historical narrative that reflects the challenges faced by Greece during that period. On the obverse side, you'll find a portrait of the goddess Athena, a symbol of wisdom and courage in Greek mythology. Surrounding her are intricate patterns and designs, showcasing the artistic craftsmanship of the era.

The reverse side features the denomination and intricate Greek motifs, including symbols of agriculture and maritime trade, which were vital aspects of the Greek economy at the time.

Despite its age, this banknote remains in remarkable condition, making it a prized addition to any numismatic collection. Whether you're a seasoned collector or a history enthusiast, the Greece 1917 1 Drachma P309 banknote offers a fascinating glimpse into the past and serves as a tangible link to Greece's storied heritage.

Don't miss your chance to own a piece of Greek history. Add the Greece 1917 1 Drachma P309 banknote to your collection today, available now at Cool Coins & Notes.

Greece 1917 1 Drachma P309, Used WorldBanknote

    bottom of page