GREECE
Euro coins


 

KM# 181    1 Cent 2004
Left: Denomination and globe
Right: Ancient ship
Composition: Copper Plated Steel
Diameter: 16.2 mm


 

KM# 182    2 Cents 2009
Left: Denomination and globe
Right: Sailing ship
Composition: Copper Plated Steel
Diameter: 18.7 mm


 

KM# 183    5 Cents 2009
Left: Denomination and globe
Right: Freighter
Composition: Copper Plated Steel
Diameter: 21.2 mm


 

KM# 184    10 Cents 2002
Left: Denomination and map
Right: Rigas Velestinlis-Fereos (1757-1798)
Greek and Russian statesman
Composition: Brass
Diameter: 19.7 mm


 

KM# 211    10 Cents 2008
Left: Denomination and map of Western Europe
Right: Rigas Velestinlis-Fereos (1757-1798)
Greek and Russian statesman
Composition: Brass
Diameter: 19.7 mm


 

KM# 185    20 Cents 2002
Left: Denomination and map
Right: John Kapodistrias (1776–1831)
Greek and Russian statesman
Composition: Brass
Diameter: 22.1 mm


 

KM# 186    50 Cents 2002
Left: Denomination and map
Right: Eleftherios Venizelos (1864–1936)
Composition: Brass
Diameter: 24.2 mm


 

KM# 187    1 Euro 2004
Left: Denomination and map
Right: Ancient coin design
Composition: Bi-Metallic
Diameter: 23.2 mm


 

KM# 188    2 Euros 2002
Left: Denomination and map
Right: Europa seated on a bull
Composition: Bi-Metallic
Diameter: 25.7 mm


 

KM# ???    2 Euros 2004
Left: Denomination and map
Right: Ancient discus thrower
Subject: Olympic Games in Athens 2004
Composition: Bi-Metallic
Diameter: 25.7 mm


 

KM# ???    2 Euros 2012
Left: Denomination and map
Right: The surrounding elements symbolise the importance of the euro to ordinary people
Subject: Ten years of euro banknotes and coins
Composition: Bi-Metallic
Diameter: 25.7 mm