I love this large, heavy (I'd guess pewter) souvenir Lucky Penny just as an object; nice in the hand, and even better on the desk as a paperweight. This specific image of profiled figure in feather headdress dates to 1919 of not earlier, but these were produced as souvenirs from then until at least through the end of the 1930s. I've found souvenir pennies matching this one from everyone from Niagara Falls to the New York World Fair; this one is from Boston, MA, printed on the back surrounded by two leafy branches.
Very good condition, with one small knick in the metal visible from the back side. 2 3/4" in diameter and 3/16" thick.