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Photo posted is too dark.
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to CCF. Better photos please,full coin photo obverse and reverse as well as one or two close ups where needed.
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Looks like it may be Thai.
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Definitely better lit photos.

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What is the diameter of the coin (preferably in mm)?

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I agree it is from Thailand. Thailand made numerous coins in the mid 20th century from tin, and tin turns grey-black like this after only a brief time in circulation.
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