🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Hi, tell me what kind of coin is this?

YegorYch

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Hi, tell me what kind of coin is this?
 

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TooManyHobbies

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What country/area was it found?
 
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google lens came up with this Turkish coin, not exact.....Turkish perhaps.

any image you want to find, right click on it, and then select google lens.
 
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google lens came up with this Turkish coin, not exact.....Turkish perhaps.

any image you want to find, right click on it, and then select google lens.
Yes. Ottoman Empire coin. Late 19th to early 20th century. These are very hard for a Western eye to identify. The size would help determine to denomination.

Find more information at this page:https://coinquest.com/cgi-bin/cq/coins.pl?coin=5418

By the way... Your first picture is upside down.
 
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To me this looks like an imitation coin that a belly dancer would wear. (hence the hole)
 
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