The top one is a Chinese "cash" coin, from the reign of the Guangxu Emperor (1875-1908), the second-last Emperor of China. The side with just two characters is the mint-name, in Manchu script: yours appears to be Anhui (Anhewi) Province mint.
The second item is not a coin; Chinese cash coins didn't have pictures on the other side, like this one does. It will be a charm or amulet of some kind.
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