Referenced on pg 259 of The Official Price Guide to Mint Errors by Alan Herbert.
They're fairly uncommon, though to many people they look very similar to post-mint damage; this is only the 4th I've seen (I own two, and have seen one other aside from this). The other that I saw for sale was also a common date coin, a quarter, and the seller was asking $15 if I recall. I've had mine at show tables for $20 with no hits. I'd suggest around $10-15 is a reasonable ask.
Clarifying for NGC, there is only one error, it is a "Stuck through rim burr" they're not two separate errors. In case you don't have the reference book, it defines the error: a coin struck through rim burr is a coin which was struck through a piece of metal that held the rim of the coin in place, leaving a thin triangular indentation or piece of metal on the edge of the coin.
Looking into the coin is more important than looking at the coin -D.S.