Thailand/Chinese Coin Charm

Jin - a gold, golden
Bian - a boundary
Huang - Yellow
Di - an Emperor

Actual size 30 mm.
It's Thailand regular coinage coin value 2 att dated r.s.124/a.d.1905 (thanks to Valerii Gaganov for date reading). On the reverse later countermaked the Chinese inscription, shown at right, and flower pattern near woman's head. All that turned this coin to charm.
Words combination Jin Bian in the Chinese means the name of PnomPenh [PnomPenh - the capital of the Cambodia]. Also there was famouse Chinese Emperor Huang Di (2697 b.c.).
Mr.Y.K.Leung told me that Chinese inscription means:
A PnomPenh Emperor

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