1. Something about the surface looks wrong. Too shiny. If it is real, I would guess it has been polished.
2. The magnet comments got me wondering. Are you ever likely to find a fake copper coin with a magnet? I mean, copper is really cheap. Wouldn't most counterfeiters just use that to make the fakes? Or is there really something cheaper than copper that has been used, and is magnetic?
ZenFE99 thanks for your interest on this, really alot to look at almost like someone used it to practice lol. Thanks for the input from everyone and anyone else who wants to jump in with some experienced advice
100% fake but still one cool looking counterfeit. Bet coinweek would do a article on it for educational purposes as it shows almost all the red flags buyers should watch for. Not knocking you negatively its an awesome looking fake and collectible in its own genres.