This really belongs in none of the topics. Every wonder how foreign coins ends up in American money? For ages, Canadian pennies have ended up in change since they are the same size and weight. Now I've found some that are the same size as a US quarter. I think I got these coins as change after buying some 8 tracks at a thrift store Saturday. The one on the left is obvious because it says, "Nederlands" on it. I think this coin is out of commission and been replaced by the Euro but the currency converter comes up nothing. Unlike when the UK was in the European Union yet they refused to give up the Pound. I never could quite figure out what that was all about. The second coin took a bit of translation. It appears to be from Sweden. It must still be in circulation. The currency converter said it was worth 12 US cents.