I have a bronze coloured coin/token that I can't seem to find in any catalogues. On one side is the profile of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth with nothing else written (both facing toward left). On the reverse side it states Crowned May 12 1937 Visited Canada 1939. The words are inside a rectangular box on top of which is a crown with branches on both sides. There is a crest below the box. Anything you can tell me about this piece is greatly appreciated.
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