Here's another tiny copper coin. Again, it came with a bunch of Indian princely state coins so, given the Maltese cross, I first thought it was from Portuguese India. I didn't find any matches in Portuguese India but Coinoscope suggested Mallorca/Majorca. I'm now reasonably confident it is indeed from Majorca, Felipe V, no date but struck 1700-46. On the obverse you can make out a crowned head and the text HILI (presumably from Philip V). It's irregular but the diameter ranges from 12.5mm to 14mm. That makes it too small for a dobler (16mm according to Numista) but too big for a dinero (12mm). Either way it will be my first Spanish provincial coin. Some sources say the coins are copper, others say billon.
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