This is an assortment of less than modern world coins and some tokens. I do not know a great deal about them, so the descriptions will be vague. Also, keep in mind that Ancient coins may not always follow the normal grading scale.
You can see my collection of relatively Modern World Coins at the
Struck between 616 - 625 A.D.
Gold coin struck in the Byzantine Empire. The taller figure on the obverse is Heraclius, the shorter is his son Heraclius Constantine. The coin was made in Constantinople. Reverse is a cross potent on a three stepped base.
Struck 166 A.D.
Near Mint State
Denarius of Rome. Laureate bust of Marcus Aurelius on obverse. Reverse shows Pax standing and holding out an olive branch and cornucopia.
Reverse: TRPXX IMPIIII COSIII PAX
309 - 313 Roman Follis
Bust is of Maximinus Daia (die - A) or Maximinus II. Reverse shows armed virtus advancing right.
CALVAL MAXIMINUS ?O?CAES
VIRTUS EX ERCITUS
French 1863A 20FR
MS - 65
This is a French gold coin. how much is really gold, I do not know. The detail visible on the coin is greater than you can see here, There are many very fine lines the scanner missed. This size of this coin is about that of a present day nickel.
1965 Churchill Commemorative
MS - 65
I have no idea if this is legal tender in England or not. But it does appear to be silver, and quite a lot of it. It is the size of an Eisenhower or earlier silver dollar. It is also very much lighter colored than this. I think the darker look here brings out detail better though.
This is a commemorative coin for the restoration of restoration of Windsor Castle in England. The coin has a very mirror-like field on both sides. It is also the color of pure silver.