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This is a gold coin/token. But which country or est. yrs unknown. Please help. Thanks
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This is a silver coin, only able to identify atene or ateneo,
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@jaskel, first welcome to CCF. Second, it isn't a big deal, but best practice is to start a new thread for each new piece. It isn't a big deal though--it just helps us give each piece the attention that it deserves.

I have never seen anything like that second piece--it almost looks like artwork rather than a coin or token. Can you please provide a diameter and weight? Also, I can see ATENE, which may stand for Athens (unless there is another letter or two which aren't on the picture that you posted).
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I'm not really sure what these are, but I don't believe they are ancient. Hopefully some one here will know what they are.
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The gold coin is 1.92g and dim is 11.5mm x 12.9mm x 1.9mm. while the silver coin is 4.42g and dim is 26.6mm x 25.8mm x 0.9mm.
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