Christina - your coin seems to be a novelty item produced by stamping a common US penny with these masonic symbols of both sides.
If you look closely at the coin, you should still be able to see part of the old design behind the masonic symbolism.
There are several different varieties of these coins-turned-tokens. Some have a dagger, some have a compass-and-square, some have an antique pistol, some have an obelisk or monument, others yet have a star like in the picture - there is also a variant where one side is only stamped with a written inscription. There are probably more varieties out there than those we have listed here.
Sometimes, the counter-stamp is raised instead of incuse, like in our secondary image, where it is also a lot smaller, and only has a design on one side of the coin.
These coins/tokens are pretty common. Looking at completed listings on eBay, they commonly sell for around $1 US dollar.
The variants with a raised design and with one side being only text are less common, and usually sell for a bit more than the incuse variants.