I have a paper bill with apaxmai nenthkonta written on it (looks like greek currency to me). it is 50. How much could it be worth in Indian Rupees or American Dollar??
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50 ΔΡΑΧΜΑΙ ΠΕΝΗΚΟΝΤΑ of 1978 is collectable pronounced “Drachme Penikonta” in 1978 it had a good value I believe some people would work for a month to get a wage of 50 drachmas (but I am not very sure)
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