✅ SOLVED Unidentified coins?

JohnDroid

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A friend of mine found these in a reclaimed storage. The bottom coins are the same, just showing opposite sides of the coin. Wish I had more for everyone but that’s it.

The top one is lighter. Almost doesn’t feel like a coin.

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Charlie P. (NY)

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The words "COPY" stamped on the lower coin indicates a replica. As I recall banks used to hand these out to kids at open houses. The original is a Greek Ceaat.
 

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The words "COPY" stamped on the lower coin indicates a replica. As I recall banks used to hand these out to kids at open houses. The original is a Greek Ceaat.

Charlie P. you have better eyes than I do.

I couldn't make out the word COPY either but in your blow up of the picture you can see it. Thank you very much!
 
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