Can anyone identify the coin I found night hunting. Not a dime but about the size of a dime and thinner. Thanks for any help.

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The image is a tad too blurry, try laying it on a flat surface for a pic.
 
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Looks like a coin, I can see the obverse head & some writing on the reverse, no idea what coin it is, other than NOT British.
 
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I think it could be a William McKinley presidential campaign collar stud. See this --

 

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