For anyone curious about the coins which are among those Peter Tompa collects*, here's a US collector talking about his numismatic research on "handmade" coins metal detected from central Europe which come with a certificate of authenticity - but apparently no finds release documentation or export licence. But he was assured that they were "legitimate coins and I took their word for that".
"It's a lovely coin" [actually, most are pretty cruddy strikes PMB], "it's just a little bit smaller than I expected" [his "World Coins" catalogue presumably includes no diameters] ..."but, like I said, for a four to six hundred year old coin, its amazing, that it can be sitting here in my living room".By the way, it's not a "dinar" young man, learn something about the difference. Is that PVC?
You Tube video posted by "Albanian Silver"
* According to the ACCG webpage, "He is an avid collector with a special interest in Greek coins from the city states of Magna Graecia and Sicily, Roman coins of Marcus Aurelius and Medieval Hungarian issues", though, interestingly Peter Tompa has removed that information which was until recently visible in his blog's profil, when and why? What has he got to hide?