Let's set the cat amongst the pigeons!
The European Central Bank tells us the following:
Once a year, each country in the euro area may issue a €2 commemorative coin.
They are legal tender throughout the euro area. That means they can be used – and must be accepted – just like any other euro coin.
We think the time is right, and ripe, for Greece to make a move and issue a commemorative 2 euro coin in honour of this great Hellene.
After all, we have had Alexander the Great on our coins and notes for hundreds of years, why not now? What is stopping us?
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To read more about Alexander the Great depicted on coins and notes throughout the course of Hellenic history from "Numis: Coins and Collecting" Click here