This was in a lot of mixed date uncirculated memorials I bought. There were also two different unlisted 1995 "IIB" coins so will eventually have to submit those. Anyway, just hadn't posted a BIE for a while so here's one.
Normally I don't see BIEs on the later memorial cents. Nice find!
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Back in 1995,I was able to buy a mint sewn bag from my bank. I was looking to find the 1995 DDO,but no luck there. I did find a few BIE and in 3 or 4 stages which I thought was cool. Nice find TB. By the way, what is he going value? John1
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Value for BIE coins has never been really high, usually topping out around ten dollars for really nice examples on high grade coins from certain years. I would expect one the the one posted to be in that that category. Good years generally are 1955-S (they are common, but people like them on that year), 1983 (some of the big ones this year can go over $15) and 1995. Value tends to increase the more it looks like an actual I, or if particularly large, and less so due to rarity. Every so often I sell off a full roll of BIE coins with a variety of dates and including uncirculated and circulated coins, and they go for $15-25. So wholesale value for one is pretty much fifty cents or less.
Few collect them to put attributes on them and try for full year sets or anything like that, but some do. And for those folks the value coins are the older tough ones like 1910 and others from the 1940's with "multiple" BIE listings. Scroll all the way down the Cuds-on-Coins BIE page and at the bottom there is a category called "multiple" to see what those look like.