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Q: What is this coin/token?
A: They have been around for sometime and originating from an arcade out in the midwest some place . I 'm sorry but I forgot about it 's names . It is a token play games the games there . I initially reading about it in Numismatic News a weekly coin magazine various years ago . It was in a readers ask column perhaps he remembers sent pic and email to respond toman2 @ aol.com . Best I can do
Q: The value of this coin / token?
A: A coin would be the funds aresued by a government . This shows no lettering that I can recognize displays an issuing authority and no indication of a values , such lire , so I do n't know about that a coin . A token is a `` good for item '' , such as `` good for 5 cents in trade '' . Again this item appears not to to have any such markings so I do n't know about that a token . Because it has no-one of the trade markings of a coin or a token I believe it would be a medal . Of course it could be the lower values deappointment of money and therefor small effort was put in to deviseating it as such . Particularly where inflation makes the denomination basically pointless . Also , I lives in the US and the definitions I am using may not apply Moroccan money . Good luck .
Q: Does anyone know what this token/coin is? what would it be worth?
A: It was no doubtly a token , and the branch of numismatics which covers it is well known as exonumia . The photo is magnificent , but you ca n't help me . I would describe it as a compass with a 5-point star at the center , an incuse dot and ellipsis at two significant points and a horseshoe at a minors point but the rest is a mystery to me . I would also include the colour/metal ( it looks either brass or nickel to me ) , diameter , weighting and edge ( smooth or reeded ) as well . I hope that helps .