Detailed information about Coin: One Phoenix 1828 from Greece
|Face value||1 (x Phoenix)||Type||One Phoenix|
|Year||1828||Current||No (demonetised 1832)|
|Material||0.9430 Silver||Designer||Chatzigrigoris Pyrobolistis|
|Monarch||Ιωάννης Καποδίστριας (Ioannis Kapodistrias)||Effigy|
|Production technology||Milled (machine-made)||Shape||Round|
|Size (mm)||20||Thickness (mm)|
The obverse of the coin features within a circle a phoenix bird rising from the flames, head turned to left. Above the head of the phoenix is a cross. Around, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΙΑ αωκαʹ, with a six-pointed start dividing the words ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΙΑ (translation: Greek State).
αωκαʹ in the old Greek dating system stands for 1821, the year of the Greek uprising which resulted in the birth of the independent state of Greece.
Divided by the "αωκα" inscription, an anchor and a chain - the privy mark of the Aegina Mint.
|Obverse inscription||ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΠΟΛΙΤΕΙΑ αωκαʹ|
At centre, the denomination 1 ΦΟΙΝΙΞ (1 Phoenix) within laurel and olive branches. Around, ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΤΗΣ Ι. Α. ΚΑΠΟΔΙΣΤΡΙΑΣ (Governor I. A. Kapodistrias). Below, the date 1828.
1 ΦΟΙΝΙΞ ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΤΗΣ Ι. Α. ΚΑΠΟΔΙΣΤΡΙΑΣ 1828
|Krause, Standard Catalog of World Coins||Greece KM# 4|
|Krause, Standard Catalog of World Coins||Mintage|
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