2002 Korea Final Issue of the Greek Drahma Gemstone 10 Won Silver Coin Proof-Struck
You are looking at a 2002 North Korea DPRK Final Issue of the Greek Drahma Gemstone 10 Won Silver Coin Proof-Struck! Comes in acrylic capsule, uncirculated condition, beautiful & extremely rare! 1 Oz. Large Crown type!
The coinage has a unique feature of having a special "Stone Insert carving" in the central of the coinage, within an Oz. of pure proof Silver. Very Low Mintages = 2'001 only! Ultra Rare!
Three modern Greek currencies, the first introduced in 1832 and the last replaced by the euro in 2001 (at the rate of 340.750 drachma to the euro). The euro did not begin circulating until 2002 but the exchange rate was fixed on 19 June 2000, with legal introduction of the euro taking place in January 2002.
Front: Greek Acropolis, & Final Issue of the Greek Drachma
Back: DPRK National Arms
Year 2002, 10 Won - Early 1st Releases!
1 Oz, 31.00 GR. + Dark Brown Stone Carving (separate Weight)
Crown size (40 mm)
Uncirculated Excellent Condition
Scare/Rare - Sold Out at Mints/Coin Fairs
These are the very first mintage releases, when DPRK started to initiate mintage of numismatic coins for external sale.
This is a rarely available piece, very attractive & beautiful old rarity.
"North Korea DPRK silvers & gold coins have been always sold out at International Numismatist Fairs & Shows, given its very limited supply circulating in the marketplace. Rarity designs do commands very strong premiums amongst collections, and its prices have been steadily rising across the years. In these recent period, the acceleration is much more pronounced given the isolation state of North Korea, and it possible changes that may happen in the non-too distance future. This is definitely a very strong investment category. Buy with Confidence!"