5 lepta 1971 greece


Denomination – 5 Lepta (0,05 Drachmas)
Country –  Greece
Year –  1971
Head Of State – Dictator Georgios Papadopoulos (Military Junta) – King Paul the 1st
Mint – Prague
Obverse – Center Holw with Crowned Olive Wreath – Inscription: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΙΟΝ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΑΣ (Kingdom of Greece) – 1971
Reverse – 5 Lepta – CrowGrain sprigs left of center hole
Metal –  Aluminium 
Condition – Uncirculated 
Creator –V.Falireas
Catalogue – KM#77
Edge – Smooth
Mintage – 1,002,174
Collection – Giannis Koromilas
Diameter  – 20,50  mm
Weight – 0,8499 gr
Interesting Facts – Agriculture was the foundation of the Ancient Greek economy and nearly 80% of the population was involved in this activity. During the early part of Greek history agriculture was based on cereals, such as barley, Durum wheat and, less commonly, millet or common wheat. Their value at the time was very small (you could buy a gum at the time – now however has a greater value (real and sentimental)
1971 5 lepta coins have a small hole on their center, smaller than the 1954 similar coins
NGC Value – 5.00$ (price for  MS-60 while price gets higher for better grades e.g. MS-63 is on 10$)