I'm not watching your youtube video. LOL
Just kidding, I'll give you the views.
I can't see it well in the video. HOWEVER, I can see it well enough to know it's a 1982 CUD without a doubt.
CU-1c-1982-41(SD)(Cu) (i think likely this one but need closer pictures to confirm, or you can confirm it)
CU-1c-1982-52 (zinc I think)
maybe one of these above.
Absolutely NOT on sending it for grading, it's only worth a couple bucks to begin with as it stands, grading would just be throwing money away, or in essence any money you would have made would have went to grading fees.
Positively identfying the cud goes a long way to it being legit to a prospective buyer.
you'd want to verify by weight if it's copper or zinc, large date or small date since it's 1982, obverse and reverse picture, and if you can match it to any of the know cuds.
your coin isn't a small cud, it's not the biggest, but it's not the smallest and a nice example.
Probably worth $15-$50 depending on how you sold it and when, but if you sent it for grading, you'd likely lose money on it, between the fee and shipping.
and something like this really doesn't need to be graded if you've done your homework on it. it's clear to anyone that's interested what it is.