I went on bid on this one and got it. Had little idea what it was worth but just liked the looks of this little beauty. Might start chasing more of them. Lots of dates available at reasonable prices for BU coins. This one was graded MS66
John K I love your enthusiasm. Many of the tiny coins of the world are clearly underappreciated. Did you note that the long serif 1889 may be a double die or at least is has some re-punched elements? On this series like so many others, double dies are mostly uncatalogued and you can build a great collection of die varieties very inexpensively. Then when you tire of collecting hopefully many years off and you have become an expert in this tiny niche, you can publish a book about them to preserve what you have learned for other collectors.
I am doing this now with my 60 year old obsession. One warning be prepared to stop collecting after you publish. It happens every time. That is one reason I have waited until I heard the approaching hoofbeats of Mr. Reaper. But never be sad for me - instead rejoice that I have had 60 years involvement with a wonderful hobby that has given me literally thousands of hours of happiness.