Each example is individually graded and encapsulated by PCGS, the coins when combined representing two complete five-piece 1942 Proof Sets. Included are:
1942 Lincoln Cent. Proof-64 RB (PCGS). This piece is sharply struck with deep cherry-red, green, and gold coloration. Distraction-free on both sides.
1942 Lincoln Cent. Proof-63 BN (PCGS). A well preserved specimen with rich purple-brown color on the obverse, and pastel green and red-gold reverse toning.
1942 Jefferson Nickel. Type I. Proof-64 (PCGS). A lovely steel-gray nickel with fully struck motifs and mildly reflective fields.
1942-P Jefferson Nickel. Type II. Proof-66 (PCGS). A high-grade specimen with powerfully impressed devices and essentially pristine surfaces. Attractive tan, forest-green, and purple-rose accents enhance the reverse.
1942 Mercury Dime. Proof-65 (PCGS). A beautiful Gem Proof dime, with crisply struck devices and pleasing hints of deep rose color in the fields.
1942 Mercury Dime. Proof-62 (PCGS). Sea-green and streaks of tan patina adorn the reflective fields. A lovely, lightly-toned Proof without any surface distractions.
1942 Washington Quarter. Proof-64 (PCGS). Fully struck and brilliant, with watery fields that are somewhat more reflective on the reverse.
1942 Washington Quarter. Proof-62 (PCGS). Essentially untoned with a few wispy hairlines that restrict the grade.
1942 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Proof-64 (PCGS). The watery fields and mildly frosted devices are fully untoned and brilliant. A lovely near-Gem Proof, free of any marks or hairlines.
1942 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. Proof-62 (PCGS). The striking details are astonishingly crisp and full, on each side of this example from the last year of the Proof Walking Liberty half dollar series. Surface flaws are minimal.
(Total: 10 coins)