#1: Israel telephone token, dated in the Hebrew calendar to the year that converts to AD 1966.
#2 and #3: Chinese/Korean "eight trigrams" Taoist charms. Not coins.
#4: China, cash coin of the Qian Long emperor (as noted by Seeker55 above). Despite being over 200 years old, these are incredibly common, being one of the highest mintage coins ever produced on the planet, with billions of coins made each year of his sixty-year reign.
#5: Thailand, 1 satang, dated Year 2471 of the Thai Buddhist calendar (AD 1928). Curiously, that date is not in the Catalogue page for this coin
. The edge also looks a little crude compared to the catalogue coin (which shows both the pictures upside-down, by the way). I'm wondering if your coin might be a circulating counterfeit.
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