Die with coin inside?

sonnyjam

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Dug this up the other day at an old home site near saltwater where I previously found 1700s coins. It?s non magnetic and it has weight to it. Might be silver and it?s about the size of a quarter. What do you think?
 

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What are the letters in the center? I can make out "K" and "O". Is the third letter "H"?
 
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"Die with coin inside?"

What type of coin did you eat ? ? ?

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Years ago on T-net someone posted a gas can cap that had a silver dime glued into it. It was from the 1930's when people would carry water, gas, and oil cans on in a rack on the running boards. We assumed the dime was emergency gas money. Maybe something like that...

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