I've had this coin for awhile. Never knew what it was. Found out it was an 1977 The Queen's Silver Jubilee Coin. But the picture and figure on the coin doesn't match any of the coins of the 1977 The Queen's Silver Jubilee Coin. So was wondering if this really was one.
One side says "Produced On An HME K360 Press" "Cincinnati Milacron" "E PLURIBUS UNUM"
Other side says "1977" "The Queen's Silver Jubilee"
looks like a demonstration piece from a metal-shop. Maybe the road the coat-tails of the silver Jubilee because they were hoping to do business in countries where the Queen still has some constitutional status.