This is what he said in YouTube:
"I was cleaning up my room and I found this coin and wonder what it is, and who made it. I've been doing research, but can't find anything about it. Front of coin: Boeing 1916 1991 75 years One Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver, Back of coin: Making History Everyday B&W 1916. Anyone know what it is? who made it? Why? and how much its worth? Thanks everyone"
Posted by: nguyendavid12 date added in YouTube: July 21, 2009
This is a little bit about BECC:
"The Boeing Employees' Coin Club has issued distinctive medals featuring a Boeing product or products most years since the 50th anniversary of The Boeing Company in 1966. These medals are issued in silver, pewter, and bronze, all with a proof-like (mirror-like) finish, and are widely collected by BECC members, Boeing employees and retirees, and other persons interested in aviation and coin club memorabilia. Since the BECC is a non-profit organization, the medal prices are reasonable, although higher this year due to higher silver prices and higher production expenses."
This Boeing Employees Coin Club is based in Seattle, United States and I can only find a snail mail address for their club:
Boeing Employees' Coin Club (or B.E.C.C.) c/o Greg Smith, P.O. Box 6314, Kent, WA 98064.
You can try to e-mail their webmaster J. Eric Holcomb at email@example.com.
Boeing was incorporated in Seattle, Washington by William E. Boeing, on July 15, 1916, as "Pacific Aero Products Co." following the June 15 maiden flight of one of the two "B&W" seaplanes built with the assistance of George Conrad Westervelt, a U.S. Navy engineer. Many of Boeing's early planes were seaplanes. Correct me if I am wrong, B & W meant for Boeing & Westervelt.
You can read more about Boeing Employees Coin Club at their website www.seattlebecc.org. The BECC publishes a monthly newsletter (the BECC News), holds an annual coin show in January, mints an annual commemorative medal featuring a Boeing product, and promotes numismatics through special programs and activities such as the numismatic display at the Puyallup Fair each September.
I hope David will be reading this post and now how much his medal worth. In cash, its not worth much to some but custom coin is something that not everyone can get hold to since they have a very low mintage. I hope this information is enough for David. Anybody have this some custom coin? Do you have some coin that you cannot find their story or how much their value? Please feel free to contact me via e-mail or post a comment in here.