2 Drachmai 1954 Greece - Paul I Kingdom, Copper-nickel coin
The coin 2 Drachmai 1954, minted in copper-nickel by Greece, bears on its obverse the head of Apollo, the Greek god of music, arts, knowledge and sunlight, turned to the right. Above his head, the inscription "ΒΑΣΙΛΕΙΟΝ ΤΗΣ ΕΛΛΑΔΟΣ" means "Kingdom of Greece" in Greek. The reverse features an owl, symbol of the goddess Athena, turned to the left, with the face value "2 ΔΡΑΧΜΑΙ" below, meaning "2 Drachmas" in Greek.
Although the 2 Drachmai 1954 coin had a relatively low value due to its current circulation in Greece at the time, its value depends on the state of preservation, rarity and demand in the market.
This coin is an interesting option for beginner numismatists or Greek coin collectors.
Despite its modest value, it retains significant historical interest as a witness to Greek history. It is a fascinating reminder of Greece's past and can be a valuable addition to any numismatic collection.