Euro Starter Kits - Greece


The Greek kit contained coins with a total value of €14.67, or ₯5,000. More specifically, it contained:

  • €2.00 x 2
  • €1.00 x 5
  • €0.50 x 6
  • €0.20 x 7
  • €0.10 x 8
  • €0.05 x 6
  • €0.02 x 6
  • €0.01 x 5

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