Greece, Lesbos Coin & Map Bond

Dating from the 1950's and measuring approximately 13" x 11"
Availability: In stock
SKU: BZZ2810

This blue and green bond dates from 1950’s Greece. It was issued to raise money for the tourist industry on the island of Lesbos. A map of the island is shown at the centre and the obverse and reverse of a silver Ancient Greek coin which was issued for Lesbos. It has the head of Apollo on one side and a lyre on the other. The aim was to raise 3 million drachma and dividends were paid. The bond measures approximately 13” x 11” and includes uncashed dividend coupons. An attractive issue, now over 50 years old in Crisp GVF-EF.

They would look great framed and if you are a collector of Greek Coins they would go with your collection.

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