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  • That is definitely an odd one. It might not even be a coin, rather a token. The styling looks to be SE Asia somewhere but that's just a guess. Sorry we can't help at all since it's identity is pretty much unknown, especially here at Coin Values...
    That is definitely an odd one. It might not even be a coin, rather a token. The styling looks to be SE Asia somewhere but that's just a guess. Sorry we can't help at all since it's identity is pretty much unknown, especially here at Coin Values where we specialize in US numismatics.

    Perhaps you could take it to an archaeological specialist?
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, California gold 1853 token
    There was private minting going on in California during the gold rush, and uncirculated specimens can be worth a few hundred dollars. Yours, however, in addition to being heavily worn, looks to be a gold-plated novelty copy. In that case it won't...
    There was private minting going on in California during the gold rush, and uncirculated specimens can be worth a few hundred dollars. Yours, however, in addition to being heavily worn, looks to be a gold-plated novelty copy. In that case it won't be worth anything.

    That said, it's impossible to verify this with photos. If you have any doubts, take it to a licensed coin dealer so they can inspect and weigh it.
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1944 Steel Penny
    There is no easy way to tell if a 1944 penny is steel or a fake steel. Only a handful exist, and only a trained, licensed numismatic expert would be able to tell for sure. They are so rare that they are worth tens of thousands of dollars.
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  • It's likely to have a value of ten or twenty cents if in circulated condition. Uncirculated specimens could be worth a few dollars.

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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1944 Steel Penny
    It is impossible to tell by a photo if it is a steel penny or not. One thing you can try is seeing if it sticks to a magnet. Copper/zinc pennies are not magnetic, but steel pennies are.

    That said, there are only a couple dozen 1944 steel...
    It is impossible to tell by a photo if it is a steel penny or not. One thing you can try is seeing if it sticks to a magnet. Copper/zinc pennies are not magnetic, but steel pennies are.

    That said, there are only a couple dozen 1944 steel pennies in existence. It would be highly unlikely to casually come across one.
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