I am very proud of this set and feel a great sense of accomplishment. Believe it or not, this is the first set I have ever completed. I know that technically it is only a subset of the Jefferson series, but it is extremely competitive and not easy to break the top ten in this series. Here is a photo of the completed set along with TPG tags. I have decided to list some of the statistics of my registry set. Full Step Designation: 4 of 12 (33%) Both the 1943-S and 1944-D have a chance at 5FS upon resubmission Star Designation: 5 of 12 (42%) Both the 1942-S and 1944-D have a great chance at * upon resubmission T Designation: 2 of 12 (17%) An extinct designation and very rare. MS67: 11 of 12 (92%) Only the overdate (1943/2-P) is MS65. Bingham Pedigree: 2 of 12 (17%) The 1945-D & 1945-S, a fantastic pedigree if you have ever seen a Gregg Bingham owned coin. Gregg Bingham was a middle linebacker for the Houston Oilers for 12 seasons and was nicknamed "ironman" because he never missed a game. Appalachian Hoard Pedigree: 3 of 12 (25%) The 1944-D, 1945-D, & 1945-D. The serial number 291240 is legendary in Jefferson War Nickel submissions. I only wish I owned more of them. Oh wait, I do. 2330653 submission: 2 of 12 (17%) The 1944-S & 1945-P are from this submission. If these two coins are indicative of the quality and eye appeal of the rest of the coins in the submission, it is certainly a great heritage. Label Error--Double designation: The 1945-D label shows the pedigree, star designation, and T designation. I have confirmed with NGC that this is a mistake and that any coin re-holdered will have the T designation removed and the star designation added if applicable. This may be the only NGC graded coin showing both the star and T designation. Some people actually do collect the plastic. Not a bad idea if this is the coin inside. Most Expensive: 1944-P NGC MS67 5FS (18/0) Over $1,500 Cheapest: 1943-P NGC MS67 (1741/15) Less than $50 Best Toning: 1944-D This is what they mean when they say MONSTER toning. This coin is guaranteed a star designation upon review and has a chance at 5FS. I consider it the cornerstone of the collection. Best Value: 1945-D The population of the 1945-P in MS67 is 357/2. Of the 357, only 7 coins have the star designation. I paid less than $500 for this stunning coin. It is the only coin that has more registry points (750) than it cost. My guess is that this is probably the most eye appealing MS67 1944-P in existence. Average Price: The average price for each coin is $615. As always, feel free to post your opinions and comments. Thanks for looking. If you would like to see a close up of any coin, please let me know. I have full coin photos 1000x500 pixels and individual photos of obverse or reverse 700x700 pixels. And if NGC ever decided to expand the war nickel set by adding the proof coin to the set, I will have a legitmate shot at first place with this coin.