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  1. Bought this for a couple of quid out of pure curiosity. I think it is copper, it is quite thin (1mm or less), date looks like 1554. Diameter about 27mm. Obverse side has a king(?) and reverse has a hedgehog (or similar animal) against a landscape with vegetation and possible clouds. Only legible writing says PARTE TIMENDA" on reverse. Can read "REX" on obverse. I have taken the best pictures that I can. Can anyone help me identify this? Thanks in advance, Pete
  2. I was bidding on this little beauty on eBay, but could not find anything like it online. Could it have been a proof/test coin? Seller told me it was about 20mm diameter. The final bids went way over my bid. Even though I did not win, I would love to know what it is! Full credit for the photos go to the eBay seller. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GB-Queen-Victoria-1845-Beautiful-Token-/232501192157?item=232501192157&autorefresh=true&ViewItem=&nma=true&si=WuDieSOGqeng7G0DBI2qnJ23jN0%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
  3. BrotherRyan

    Unknown Coin

    I've had this coin since the Queens Golden Jubilee and I have no memory of where I received it. After multiple searches i'm still no closer to finding the answer. Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated. See photos in my Dropbox account as i couldn't upload them. (https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1u8oliqairk2gqf/AADH7JRbkO2078ITwifjy24Xa?dl=0) Thank You