Very nice find! I love that Cud! It's a pretty good sized one too. You can fetch a small premium on eBay if you decided to sell it. The Treasury metal coin, I don't know very much about them other than coming out of a mint cello from a mint cellophane set.
Thanks, I'm ignorant about cuds but save the decent ones like this one. Another good one I have is the 1994 cud covering Liberty and a couple of the 1974's with the left shoulder die break. I'm into an amazing $25.00 brick with 17 rolls left. In this box I found the: 1984 D F'S-101, 1964 D DDR 002, 1970 S small date high 7, the treasury medal, 1980 cud shown, a 1910 in F-20, 7 Canadians, and 11 common wheat cents. I am wondering if its a collection dump as I am finding 1964 D's in MS64 possible MS65's mixed in these (9 each) and an unusual amount of 1982 zincs, 83 and 84 P's, and 1992 D's. I had another magical brick last year which yielded: 1968 DDR F'S-801, 1997 FS-101, and my sole 1988 D rdv 006. Im not complaining one bit as I can go brick after brick with dismal results. I am just happy I have found a couple decent ones. What are the odds?
I had 8 rolls from the bank this week marked "1990's" I pulled 1994 trail die, 1991 spiked head and a 1996D DDR all in AU/MS. When I saw them I suspected a collector's dump. I was surprised to find anything.
It might have been family members returning them by mistake. I think your brick might be the same on a larger scale.