Solved unknown coins:

As you can see the following coins are Chinese in origin but I cannot work out which part of China or which date, please if you know contact me.

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These coins have been identified as 1 cash coins from China belonging to the Qing Dynasty.
Kang Xi Tong Bao Year 1662-1723.
Many thanks to my Chinese Malaysian friend Wong for solving this problem and for supplying information about Chinese coin sites.

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Problem solved by Chris (Cruzi), who seems to think that this coin is a 10 Cash coin from Kiangian Province but the year escapes him.
Many thanks to Chris for solving this mystery.
Qing Dynasty  Kuang Xi Yuan Bao Year 1875-1908, this piece of problem solving thanks to Wong once again.

Please can anybody tell me if this coin has been defaced or is it a pattern or some such thing, its a 1916 English Penny reverse but no obverse (Face), there is a small 1mm hole in the center of the coin and the face looks to have been machined.

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Once again thanks to Chris who has solved this problem coin which has had me guessing for quite a long time, unfortunately for me the coin has been defaced by a lathe and is not a uniface coin, my loss.

Here is an English Coin or token I do not know which can you help me to Identify it.

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Thanks to Chris we now know that this is a gambling token /chip, but the exact casino is not known to him, has anybody got any idea which casino this chip came from?

~(Item #M-2) This is not a coin, but a religious medallion of some kind it was in an old box of nick knacks I purchased at a clearing sale, please can anybody identify it?
It is a Roman Catholic Communion Medal.

Solved by Joe from New York, USA

BritO&.JPG (19911 bytes)~(Item #C3) This coin has Britannia on one side and an elaborate design on the other, there is a denomination of One Dollar and it is probably made of silver.
This is a Trade Dollar used in British Colonies.

Solved once again by Joe from New York, USA


Here are some more Mystery objects are they coins or tokens please let me know.

This is from Hawaii but is it a real Dollar or a Dollar token?
Mystery solved by Lukas Veldmeijer, who tells me that this is a Dollar  struck  for sale to tourists.

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This is from a British trading company but what Denomination?

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A Grand Hotel token, but which Grand Hotel and what service is it for? 

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Here is a banknote of unknown origin, it maybe from the Peoples Republic of China but what denomination.
Once again thanks to Lukas Veldmeijer who solved this one also, it is a 1fen  (RMB note for local use) Banknote. 

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Here is another banknote from China (10 Fen), can you tell me what year it is.
This Banknote is from China also and is a Foreign Exchange Certificate to the value of 10fen, thanks again to Lukas Veldmeijer for solving this one for me.

My learned Malaysian friend seems to think that tis is not a Foreign Exchange Certificate, but an obsolete banknote to the value of 1Fen year 1953, now replaced by a coin.

Thanks again Wong.

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Token.JPG (15986 bytes) ~(Item #T-1)Here we have a token of some kind with the value of 2 scruples stamped on it, can anybody identify this item please?

Solved, By Andy Redlon of the USA  this is a pharmaceutical measure of weight.
Apothecaries used specialized weights and measures for the tiny amounts of material employed in medicine formulations. Apothecary weights included the dram (or drachm), scruple, and grain - representing, respectively, 1/8 troy ounce, 1/3 dram, and 1/20 scruple (thus, a scruple was also 1/24 troy ounce, and a grain was 1/60 dram or 1/480 troy ounce).
 So the coin shown is 2 scruples, therefore 1/12 of a troy oz. and ironically it is not actually a coin. 

Thanks Andy