Not quite sure if this is a token or what it is. I believe my grandfather brought it back after serving in the navy during WW2. Has what appears to be a Great Britain ship on one side and a Hei Tiki on the other.
Thank you, much appreciated!PPS:
I didn't think to check, but the Hei-tiki is also one of Thomas Humphrey Paget's designs, used on New Zealand halfpennies from 1940 onwards. So, I would guess someone has filed/ground off parts of a British coin and a NZ coin, domed them and brazed them together.
View attachment 1998117
Very cool! I hadn't seen much as far as examples of use of the dome shaping, but that definitely is a good example. Thanks!My father brought back Australian coin bracelets like this from his time in the Pacific. Dimpled coin art was definitely a thing to do at the time.