This is a 50 Lepta coin. It os round and has a reeded edge. The coin is made from copper-nickel. On the front side is the head of Paul I, and there is an inscription written in Greek which says "Paul King of Greece" and the year 1964. On the back of the coin is a crowned arms and shield with a figure holding a club standing on either side.
These coins were donated by Pete Poulos from Missoula, Montana. These coins were minted during the years 1954-1965 during the reign of Paul I.
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Coin, 1964, Pete Poulos, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/9577. Accessed 06/13/21.