It has been three years since I last found a coin from Hong Kong. The reason I suspect is that their metal content is too different form American coins. Their economy is good and travel among nations is common. I think I got this as a penny.
Bauhinia flower is on the front. The back has the denomination and year. This one is brass plated steel which solves the problem of steel getting scratched.
Here's the stats for both coins...
Type/Country: 10 Cents / Hong Kong
Metal: Brass-Plated Steel
Value: $0.15 in Fine
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