What is the value of a 1000000 Greek Apaxmai bill from 1944 in American currency?
Your 1 Million Drachma Greek inflationary note has very little value -- they were printed like wallpaper -- perhaps a dollar from an interested buyer.
This coin is a 1973 2 Drachmai piece from Greece - what you are reading as "eaahnikh ahmokpatia" is actually the Greek words "ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ ΔΕΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑ" which are pronounced "(H)ellenik(eh) Democratia" and mean "(the) Greek Democracy" and what you are reading as "apaxmai" is "ΔΡΑΧΜΑΙ" which is "Drachmai" (the plural of "Drachma", the unit of currency). The coin is made of nickel-brass and has an image of a phoenix and flame on one side and an…
Greece, as a member of the European Union uses the Euro as it's main currency. Smaller values are in cents or hundredths of a Euro. Because the Euro is about 75 c US the equivalent to a penny would be somewhat bigger than a Greek cent. Before joining the the European Union, the greek currency was based on the Drachma ... which may be the word you are looking for.