Denomination –  30 Drachmas
Country –  Greece
Year –  1964
Head Of State – Prime Minister Georgios A. Papandreou – King Constantine II of Greece (House of Glucksburg)
Mint – Kongsberg
Obverse – Constantine and Anne Marie of Denmark Kings Of Hellenes – Bust Left – Wedding – Inscription “ΚΩΝCΤΑΝΤΙΝΟC ΑΝΝΑ ΜΑΡΙΑ ΒΑCΙΛΕΙC TΩΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΩΝ”
Reverse – Denomination 30 Δρχ – Two Headed Eagle – Date 1964 – Rosetta Under Crown
Metal – 83,5% Silver – 16,5% Copper
Condition – Uncirculated – PCGS Certified and Graded MS-64
Creator – Vasos Falireas
Catalogue – KM#87
Edge – Lettered – Inscription (ΙCΧΥC ΜΟΥ Η ΑΓΑΠΗ ΤΟΥ ΛΑΟΥ) (My power is the love of the people)
Mintage – 1,000,000
Collection – Giannis Koromilas
Diameter  – 31,00  mm
Weight – 12,00 gr
Interesting Facts – 2 Varieties exist (Kongsberg and Berne Mint) Some of the main differences are: On Berne Mint the Engraver’s initials are below epaulette, the edge lettering is small, the details overall are finer while the hair on Anne Marie forehead are shown lower. On the Kongsberg mint , engraver’s initials ΒΦ are on top of shoulder, the digits 1,6,4 on date are smaller,the letter Δ on Δρχ is thinner and the eagle’s details are not so sharp.
This commemorative coin was also issued by the Bank Of Greece is special commemorative carton blister with the flags of Greece and Denmark and text presented in three languages (English, German and French)  
Krause Value – 12.00$ (BU) (2011 Krause)
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