This is a 10 Lepta coin. It is round with a hole in the middle, and it has a smooth edge. On one side of the coin, there are grapes with "10" written on both sides of the hole. On the other side, there is an inscription written in Greek which says "Kingdom of Greece" , a crown, and an olive wreath, and the year 1954. The coin is made of aluminum.
The coins were donated by Pete Poulos from Missoula, Montana. These 10 Lepta coins were minted between 1954 and 1971.
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Coin, 1954, Pete Poulos, National Hellenic Museum, https://collections.nationalhellenicmuseum.org/Detail/objects/9578. Accessed 06/13/21.