Couple of what’s it’s

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I found these at a 1912 home today.

The first is a silver dime sized item, I thought was a worn silver dime at first, then a button front....but now I’m wondering if it might be a pendant of some sort. I came out of the dirt clean, just like a silver coin.

The second is a coin I’ve never seen before, I can’t make out enough to look it up.
OK, I found this one 1937-41 One Centavo from Philippines.

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The date is on the reverse, I can’t see it just yet...still soaking. I did learn that some were minted in San Francisco.
 
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