"Everything is on its way to somewhere. Everything." - George Malley, Phenomenonhttp://www.americanlegacycoins.com
Hello community.I was just reading all the post about Branch mint proofs coins and answer your question and it's yes .I have in my possession a BMI cent I've had put away for years, they do exist.I found one and didn't even Kno what it was back in 2015 roll hunting I was shocked!!!! To see a proof in a roll of pennies so I thought I was from the sanfrancisco mint wen I saw it.I wasn't till like 2-3 days later I put it under the USB microscope and saw it had a D mint mark on it ,but it looks exactly like a 1969s but it's from Denver I was throwed as to what it's was I took it to numerous coin shops first they was dumbfounded ever where it went nobody could explain why this coin existed .So I sent it to be authinticated and graded costed a pretty pennie .So bout two weeks go by I get a call from the company congratulating me on my find and it's very valuable they told me that somehow , someway I had found the one of the mast rarest and extremely valuable Lincoln proof to be found in modern history they told me I had found a(Genuine 3.11 grams 1969D over D Lincoln memorial PROOF CENT graded(PR-67RB the only proof from the Denver in modern era they say it was made for a special person at the Denver mint or so special occasions put Denver has never made proof set or proofs for the public and all proofs from (1968 till now in 2022 all should have (S) mint mark comeing from sanfrancisco mint the proof from sanfrancisco mint and my BMP proof from the Denver mint are identical u can't tell them apart same weight, same colors frosty look.. YES they exist
@Landz Please post photos of your coin.
I still have proof of a mint branch!
I missed this guy's act on the first thread as it got closed so early, pass some popcorn.