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Hello, Can anyone tell me what this coin is ? ive asked 100s of people including the local museum and know one knows what it is.

Its got St George and the dragon on one side and Queen Victoria on the other, Dated c1887, measures about 1 cm.

Thank you in advance.          

 

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Looks like the toy money made by Lauer in Nuremberg. Book by De Solo Rogers. All denominations are the same size. It should say the denomination on the obverse of it. If this is not the case could we see better photos please.

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It has almost certainly been struck from the same dies as this Lauer Imitation of a Sovereign, but I cant account for there being no legend. 

 

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15 hours ago, bargainhunter757 said:

Hello, Can anyone tell me what this coin is ? ive asked 100s of people including the local museum and know one knows what it is.

Its got St George and the dragon on one side and Queen Victoria on the other, Dated c1887, measures about 1 cm.

Thank you in advance.          

Please stop spamming the forum with a link to your ebay listings.

Thank you in advance.

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