GREECE: 5 Lepta (1828) (type A.1) maybe a patter coin in copper with phoenix with converging rays in solid circle without dot before and after "αωκα". Below the letter "O" on obverse the circle has an accent. The wreath bow on reverse is triangular like and not rhomboid like the pattern coin, but in any case is an extremely rare variety of Kapodistrian coins. Variety "132-B.b" (Excessively Rare) by Peter Chase. Inside slab by NGC "MS 62". (Hellas T.4).