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Token: US Guardian Angel Good Luck
Token: US Guardian Angel Good Luck

Hi Matthew.

From your description, it sounds like you have a medal or token, not a coin. A coin will normally list the country it was minted it, its denomination, and the date of issue. You have not described your item as having any text or numbers - this is usually a tell-tale sign of a medal or token.

We have taken our best guess about your item. There are plenty of coin-like objects with angels on them, so this may not be your piece, but this one is quite common and fits your description. It is made of gold-colored base metal.

Such medals or tokens, with little or no wear, attractive eye appeal and colorful toning, may sell to a collector for a few US dollars. It is unlikely that it has much numismatic value, that is, value to coin collectors. Typical values run like this:

worn: less than $1 US dollar
average circulated: $1
well preserved: $2
fully uncirculated: $5

Coin: 14943 , Genre: United States
Requested by: Matthew, Wed, 17-Jul-2013 17:41:20 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Mon, 20-Jan-2014 16:09:54 GMT
Requester description: its an Angel on both sides of the coin, with lines behind it looking like its from a sun, and clouds on the bottom of the angel on both sides unknown
Tags: token us usa guardian angel luck tokens toke cherubs angels angelic lucky an lines line sun clouds cloud sunshine sunset sunlight couds rays ray beams radiating radiates raduate beam readiate radiate radiant sunburst


I found this coin in my wallet don't know where it came from or how it got there. Never remembing every having seen it until it fell out my wallet. - Lilian

Found mine on ground and it brought up my spirits and has been good to me ever since...
- Rebeka

My friends have been finding those coins everywhere. At first, we thought it a sign of bad luck and early death.

I found it under my backpack during band class. It wasn't there before. I really hope it is good luck.
People who do not believe in the supernatural (God, angels, the Bible, etc.) will tell you that 'you make your own luck.' My personal belief about luck is explained in my article about Bible creation at this link [PRESS HERE]. The real question is this: Do things happen randomly or is God in control? I think God is in control. What do you think? It is an important question for a young person like you! - CoinQuest (Paul)

omg i found one in an envelope of money that i was donating to my club for school




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