It's definitely an XF at the very least. All the steps on Monticello is worn off which would disclude it from a the Mint State categories.
Hard to see the amount of missing luster, but it looks to be in the AU-53 to AU-55 range.
1960: AU, not an unusual thing to find, but good to hold on to.
1943: VG to F, quite unusual to find; even rarer than the pre-war nickels.
As for the coin itself, looks like a lot of wear on obverse, particularly Jeffersons head and looks to be a slight wear on the reverse. XF to a low AU I'd say.
The war nickel has been harshly cleaned, almost to the point it looks damaged. No grade in my opinion, worth melt value.