1942 Lincoln Cent. Proof-65 RD (NGC). The fields are surprisingly watery, for a Proof Lincoln cent. Sharply struck with deep mint-red and gold color.
1942 Jefferson Nickel. Type I. Proof-66 (NGC). Fully struck and brilliant, with generally well preserved surfaces that show a small contact mark on Jefferson's cheekbone.
1942-P Jefferson Nickel. Type II. Proof-66 (NGC). This Type II specimen, with a large "P" mintmark on the upper reverse field, is well struck and essentially untoned, with bright surfaces that are impressively preserved.
1942 Mercury Dime. Proof-66 (NGC). A beautiful Proof dime with flawlessly preserved, pristine surfaces.
1942 Washington Quarter. Proof-64 (NGC). A bright silver-white specimen, fully brilliant with a razor-sharp strike.
1942 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Proof-62 Cameo (NGC). An exceptionally penetrating strike brings up all of the beautiful design details, and the jet-black mirrored fields and bright, silver-white devices are sharply contrasted on both sides.
(Total: 6 coins)