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Welcome to the forum.

The first one is a medal commemorating the bicentennial of the state of California. It was designed by artist Thomas Van Sant, and was produced by the Medallic Art Company in 1969, shortly before their move from New York City to Danbury, Connecticut. It was produced in bronze and white metal (or possibly silver - I couldn't find definite info on that one.)

The second one is a silver plated Ronald Reagan "Double eagle" commemorative, produced by the National Historic Mint of Westbury, NY.

They are fun and interesting collectibles, but given their condition, neither is worth more than a few dollars.

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