Sorry, I don't recognize your coins. I can make a suggestion, though. You would have a better chance of a successful attribution if you provide the weight to the nearest tenth of a gram and the maximum diameter in mm, so that our members can search databases and books using this information. Best of luck to you.
I was also thinking Persian civic copper. The word at the bottom of the reverse is falus. The word above it ought to be the mint name but I'm drawing a blank. Maybe a partial date inside the tail of the "s" of falus.
 Isfahan? (with initial alif off flan and final nun weak, ...-s-f-h-a-...)
Iran, Qajar, Civic Copper coin of Isfahan/deer or goat. First photo: #1601;#1604;#1608;#1587; #1590;#1585;#1576; #1575;#1589;#1601;#1607;#1575;#1606; #1777;#1778;#1776;#1782;/#1780; , Fals Zarb Isfahan, date 1206 or 1204 AH above the letter " S #1587; " of the word " Fals #1601;#1604;#1608;#1587; ". Second photo: Deer or goat to right. If the date is correct, then this coin was struck during Agha Muhammad Khan Qajar rule (AH 1193-1211/1789-1797 AD).