Last week an old friend that retired liquidated some of his collection and I was the beneficiary. One of the items is a 1941 proof set. I’m not necessarily a proof set collector and am thinking I may pass this on. Here’s my dilemma.... I rather feel it would be a sin to piece the set out. However, I know the mint issued proof sets in that era in stapled cellophane envelopes. So the holder is not original to the set. The other side of me knows that I could invest $150.00 having them individually graded. If I am fortunate to receive a PF68 grade or better on one or more pieces I could potentially receive a small windfall..... Downside is that I do not have the skill set to determine if any may achieve that high of a grade. My dealer feels the half and dime could grade very well and I trust his judgment. Long and short is while I enjoy these coins, I am not emotionally attached to them and they should be with someone that deeply enjoys them. Should I market them as a set or take them apart and chance a strong grade?