🔎 UNIDENTIFIED What could this be??

je177

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Hello everyone!
I’m curious if anyone could ID this item for me. I don’t have the exact dimensions as I am asking for someone else. It appears to be the diameter of a US Penny or nickel. Unfortunately, I really don’t have much more info other than the owner was a collector of stamps and coins. Thanks for taking a look!
 

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GoldieLocks

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I have seen that button design before. Actually I believe I had a jacket as a kid in the late 70's-early 80's with that very design.
 
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DizzyDigger

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Not a button IMO...looks like it was broken off from something else.

Do you know what metal it is made from? Copper?
 
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