1936 Lincoln Cent. Satin Proof-65 RD (PCGS). This coin is a fine Proof representative, with bright surfaces that show mint red color and well struck devices. Several areas of dark-crimson patina are noted on the left side of the obverse, and on the lower reverse.
1936 Buffalo Nickel. Satin Proof-66 (PCGS). The pristine surfaces display steel-blue toning, with amber highlights over the portrait of the Indian, and over the bison's shoulder. A gorgeous, sharply struck Proof Buffalo nickel.
1936 Mercury Dime. Proof-64 (PCGS). Fully detailed with flashy, reflective surfaces that are essentially brilliant, save for a few faint charcoal toning specks on each side.
1936 Washington Quarter. Proof-64 (PCGS). The brilliant surfaces display watery, flashy fields and crisply struck motifs. Faint die striations occur on Washington's cheek and forehead, and in the left obverse field.
1936 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Proof-65 (PCGS). This Gem is fully struck with mildly reflective, untoned surfaces, and trace amounts of cloudiness in the fields. Well preserved and free of significant handling marks.
(Total: 5 coins)