Good point @dg that it may not be a coin. We don't have much to go on.
That sword thing on the first pic looks to be in use and therefore is likely a counterstamp. When I blow up the second pic (and squint) I think I see the vague outline of a portrait plus a letter D near the rim. Maybe this is a basal grade token or coin that was later counterstamped?
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