The coins are housed in a white plastic holder and grade, on average, Proof-64 to Proof-66. Included are: Lincoln cent, Type II--Brilliant; Buffalo Nickel, Type II--Brilliant; Mercury dime; Washington quarter; and a Walking Liberty half dollar. The cent is full Red, the nickel exhibits iridescent silver-lilac toning, while the silver coins are toned in mottled sandy-gold and/or russet patina.
The 1936 is the rarest U.S. Mint Proof set from the modern era, with an original distribution that could not have exceeded 3,837 sets (the mintage of the Proof 1936 Washington quarter). The actual distribution of 1936 Proof sets was probably far fewer. (Total: 5 coins)