Does anyone know what kind of Coin this is?
I found it one day when I got change back and I haven’t been able to figure it out
- Anonymous6 days ago
You got ripped off - that is not any kind of legal tender
- shirley 25Lv 41 week ago
I dont think its real money
- Anonymous2 weeks ago
I do not recognise this coin but I'd keep it if it turned up in my change because I collect unusual coins. I have two particular British coins that could be worth considerably more than their face value. One is called a groat (or, maybe grote) and is worth 4 OLD British pennies. The other is a Florin (which used to be equal to two shillings - or a tenth of a British pound). The date on it is in Roman numerals and I've forgotten what the date is as it takes a while to work it out. It shows the head of King Edward - the one who abdicated before his coronation so very few were minted. I really should get them valued.
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- BoyakiLv 73 weeks ago
It's a game token that says "concord" in Japanese on it, possibly from a pachinko parlor in Shizuoka Prefecture. It has no cash value.Source(s): Live in Japan
- BethanyLv 43 weeks ago
This might be kinda silly, but I would take it to your local bank, explain that you go this back as legit change from a previous purchase, and ask them what it is.
It may be a game token but on a very off chance it could be worth something. Keep it.
- curtisports2Lv 73 weeks ago
- hihi!Lv 73 weeks ago
It is indeed a token. Game, public transport, etc. Many tokens are in use or have been.
Can you add a photo of the other side? I looked in a token database and some 47 thousand!!! tokens are "out there".
- 3 weeks ago
Google Image search doesn't bring up anything from it's database of coins, so it's probably a token or something from a casino, arcade, etc...Keep it just in case.
- RickLv 63 weeks ago
Chinese or Japanese writing on it ......................