800,000 of these coins were minted for circulation which does not sound like much. One has to consider the population size which is about 65,000 in Bermuda, not including tourists, makes smaller quantities of coins a better option.
In America I know there are certain places and certain people who are very anti-foreign change. Even in NYC some cashiers are very strict on what money you can or cannot use. While most others take most anything and will accept a few non-U.S. coins if that is all you have. Still notes are almost never taken in lieu of the host country's money.
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Cent / Bermuda
Value: $0.10 in VF
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