What is a Greek drachma worth?

What is a Greek drachma worth?

1 Greek Drachma to US Dollar stats

Last 30 Days Last 90 Days
Average These are the average exchange rates of these two currencies for the last 30 and 90 days. 1.0619 1.0908
Volatility These percentages show how much the exchange rate has fluctuated over the last 30 and 90-day periods. 0.45% 0.47%

What was the currency of Greece before 2002?

The drachma
The drachma was divided into 100 lepta. In 2002 the drachma ceased to be legal tender after the euro, the monetary unit of the European Union, became Greece’s sole currency.

What was the currency of Greece before 2001?

Greek drachma
The Greek drachma was the currency of Greece before it was replaced by the euro in 2001. It was also the ancient money of the Greek empire and city-states. Drachma note denominations ranged from 10 to 500 over much of its existence, while smaller denominations of 1 and 2 drachmae were issued earlier.

How much is a 50 drachma coin worth?

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2000 $ 0.89
1994 $ 0.42
1993 $ 42.79
1992 $ 0.84
1990 $ 0.27

What is a drachma worth in US dollars?

0.00305248 USD
Convert Greek Drachma to US Dollar

GRD USD
1 GRD 0.00305248 USD
5 GRD 0.0152624 USD
10 0.0305248 USD
25 0.076312 USD

How much is 75 drachmas worth today?

Julius Caesar’s will specified a gift of 75 Attic drachma’s for every roman citizen. The income at the time for a skilled worker was 1 drachma a day wiki. At a wage of $20 USD/hr that is approximately $12,000 USD.

How much is 75 drachmas?

Julius Caesar’s will specified a gift of 75 Attic drachma’s for every roman citizen. The income at the time for a skilled worker was 1 drachma a day wiki. At a wage of $20 USD/hr that is approximately $12,000 USD. This is an order of magnitude larger than the $186 USD-1998 arkenberg.

How much is a 100 drachma coin worth?

Mintage, Worth:

Year Mintage Value, USD
Unc
1993 $ 27.10
1992 129.985.000 $ 0.49
1990 949.000 $ 0.29

What are old Greek coins made of?

Greek coins were made using mostly silver but also gold, electrum (a naturally occurring alloy of silver and gold), copper alloy, and bronze.

Can I exchange Greek Drachma?

The exchange deadline for Greek drachmae expired in 2012. All drachma bills issued by the Athens-based Bank of Greece have lost their monetary value. However, we give cash for demonetized pre-euro Greek Drachma notes that reflects their numismatic (collector’s) value.