1 Lepton (1828) with "Phoenix/Converging rays" in copper. Early 1-lepton mint. With Rhomboid wreath bow, five-rayed star & "ΚΥΒΕΡΝΙΤΗΣ" instead of "ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΤΗΣ". Coin with plain/Smooth edge. Very few such pieces survived; however it is possible that they were put to circulation. Probably a pattern of 1 Lepto 1828. Weight:1,38gr. & Diameter:17mm. (Struck on problematic disc).(Hellas T.2) & (P.Ch. 101b-A.a1) Important & Rare. Almost Uncirculated.
5 Lepta (1828) with "Phoenix/Converging rays" in copper. With Rhomboid wreath bow & five-rayed star. Early, non-approved 5-lepta mint. without dots before & after "ΑΩΚΑ(1821)" Pattern of 5 Lepta. (The first 5 lepta coin of Greece) Was Graded by NGC, "VF 35". The coin is "wave struck" and look like as "Extra fine". In our oppinion has never been in circulation, or maybe for a short time. (Hellas T.3) & (P.CH. 131b-A.a) Rare & Extra Fine.