Greek Font (Helvetica?)

I am not sure whether a greek font is something that users of this forum can recognize, but all my greek forum attempts failed.
I would like to know if anyone can recognize this font.
It looks like a greek helvetica but all the greek helveticas I have found do not have this kind of gamma (γ).
Usually it looks like a y but this font has a more rounded lower part.
Thank you very much.

Comments

Maybe it’s a customized version. It’s definetely not one of the Greek Linotype Helveticas. 'closing sigma', 'pi' and 'nu' are also different here, plus the small tonos mark.

Thank you for the reply.
I have seen this font used elsewhere that is why I think it is not customised.

There are more similarities to Akzidenz Grotesk Pro Medium, which the design of the figure 9 suggests. But 'pi' and 'gamma' still look different.

You are right. The endings of 9 are not horizontal like Helvetica's. So we are looking at a greek interpretation of another font.

You are right. The endings of 9 are not horizontal like Helvetica's. So we are looking at a greek interpretation of another font.

Yes... and No... Even if I'm clearly not a specialist of Greek fonts. My first thought was "this is not Helvetica, /9 is off. looks more like Akzidenz Grotesk". But after checking the [[http://www.bertholdtypes.com/font/akzidenz-grotesk/proplus/#charset|Berthold Akzidenz-Grotesk Pro+ Greek character set]], /γ was still off (and many more actually such as /ɛ). So really don't know what it could be... May be asking to specialists like [[http://www.cannibal.gr|Cannibal Fonts]] would worth a shot...

It could be an old greek version of Akzidenz Grotesk.

I found out that it is probably a greek version of a BMW custom typeface.

Could well be, yes.

Turns out it most probably is a very old greek font.
You can see it exists from 1969 in this picture where I combined alla the samples I found.

http://img443.imageshack.us/img443/5583/oldgreekfont.jpg

Eureka!