These are modern coins made of aluminum-bronze. The words on the front mean 'Hungarian State - Small Money'. The words 'valto penz' have been on Hungarian coins for a long time in order to show that they are fractional currency - i.e. these filler are each one 1/100th of the forint, the main currency. The B.P. letters below the word FILLER stands for Budapest, the city where the coins were struck.
1946 AND 1947
worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $1
well preserved: $2
fully uncirculated: $4
coins dated 1948 catalog at $4 average circulated, $12 fully uncirculated
coins dated 1950 catalog at $2 average circulated, $10 fully uncirculated
Please see our Important Terminology page in order to properly interpret these catalog values.