It's definitely not a coin because it doesn't have a denomination. It's a medal commemorating the US Bicentennial. As a modern medal, it not rare. It has an interesting design so medal collectors would be interested in it. But, unless it's made of an exotic metal (it doesn't appear to be but it's hard to tell from photos), it's probably only worth a few dollars.
To save you from posting any other Bi-centennial tokens or medalets, the answer is no none of the mass produced mass market items are worth anything I will make a suggestion that if you are getting into coin collecting and just not piecing out an inherited collection that you invest both the Red Book retail U S coin prices and a blue book the wholsale buy prices. They list the whole selection of the mint production. Here is a site that sell books on coins and collecting at reduced pricing. https://www.hamiltonbook.com/media/...3693910A.JPG