This may be your coin, Cory. It's a French 10 centimes from the first Napoleonic Empire. Most of these that you see are pretty well worn and hard to read. The coin is made of billon which is a combination of copper and silver, mostly copper. The metal tends to corrode easily.
There are various mint marks for this coin, and the value depends on the mint mark, particularly in well preserved coins. The listings below give catalog values and a few of the special dates and mint marks. If you have a nice looking, well preserved piece with any date an mint mark, seek out a knowledgeable collector or coin dealer for an in-person appraisal.
MOST DATES AND MINT MARKS:
worn: $5 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $20
well preserved: $60
fully uncirculated: $150
SPECIAL DATES AND MINT MARKS (values for well preserved condition):
As always on CoinQuest, apply the concepts on our Terminology page when determining actual buy and sell values.