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1942 P, D, S Washingtons for my toner set.

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I've been working on a 1940 - 1964 set of toned Washingtons, predominantly in MS66. The easiest years to find nicely toned are 1956-58, and then after them the cardboard/paper Mint Set years of 1947-49 and 1951-58. Even there, many of the D mint coins are difficult to find nicely toned. Aside from the cardboard/paper Mint Set years, the availability of decently toned Washies drops off dramatically. Here are the 1942 coins in my set. They are all graded PCGS MS66. The P and S were imaged by Shane Canup. The D was imaged by Bob Campbell. I think they both did excellent jobs imaging the coins.










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Thank you guys for your kind comments.


Great coins Skyman.


Just curious, what coins do you still need?



'40-D, '41-S, '50-D, '51-D, '60-D, '61 P&D, '63-D.

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