Finland - 5 cents 1999 (The heraldic lion of Finland)
Portugal - 2 euros 2014 (International Year of Family Farming)
Andorra - 1 euro 2014 (Casa de la Vall)
Spain - 50 cents 2008 (Miguel de Cervantes)
Portugal - 2 cents 2011 (First Portuguese Royal Seal - AD 1134)
Lepton (plural lepta) is the name of various fractional units of currency used in the Greek-speaking world from
antiquity until today. The word means "small" or "thin", and during classical and Hellenistic times a lepton was always
a small value coin, usually the smallest available denomination of another currency.
In modern Greece, lepton (modern form: lepto) is the name of the 1/100 denomination of all the official currencies of
the Greek state: The phoenix (1827 – 1832), the drachma (1832 – 2001) and the euro (2002 – current). The following 50
lepta coins have circulated in Greece until the introduction of the
Common European Currency on January 1, 2002:
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The phoenix bird symbolizes immortality, resurrection and life after death in the ancient Greek and Egyptian mythology. According to the Greeks, the bird lives in Arabia, near a cool well and every morning at dawn, the sun god would stop his chariot to ...
Greek Drachma Coins