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Nothing really. It's a novelty coin, manufactured for the amateur magician or a gambler who wants to know the outcome when he flips a coin. Two similar coins are used to manufacture one of those coins. One coin is hollowed out on the back side, effectively leaving the heads side and the lip of the back side. Another similar coin is machined out, removing the tails side of the coin AND the entire lip of the coin. The two are then pressed together creating a two-headed coin. If you examine it closely you should be able to see the seam where the two halves of the novelty coin were joined together. These regularly sell on eBay for a couple dollars. See the Web Links for more info.

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This privately manufactured novelty item sells regularly on eBay for a couple bucks.

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