This is a James Dean 1996 ten dollar coin, commemorating the Republic of the Marshall Islands. It is gold-colored metal, and I am guessing that it is made of brass? The coin is from an estate, and is sealed in an unopened plastic package. The coin measures about 1 3/8 inches across.
It says “James Dean, 1996, Ten Dollars” on the front, and “Republic of the Marshall Islands”, “$10”, and “1996” on the back, with some other symbols and "Jepilpilin ke Ejukaan" (see photographs).
I know absolutely nothing about collectible coins, and I cannot give you any educated information about the condition, rating, material, etc. I cannot say if this is a real coin that was minted to be actual spendable currency (?), or just a token or souvenir? If there is anything else you need to know, please ask me, and I will answer to the best of my ability.
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