Dekara - Greek Dime - Short History

Dekara - Greek Dime - Short History

The name dekara derives from the Greek word "deka" (meaning "ten") and was a 10 cents subdivision of drachma.

Dekara coins with the characteristic central hole were first minted in 1912, and continued to be issued with various depictions till the end of the Second Hellenic Republic in 1974.

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