In looking at candidates at coin shows and auctions, I think I am seeing a slight difference in grading standards between war nickels and the standard Jeffersons, with the war nickels getting a bit more lenience. Many, maybe most, of the 67 grade war nickels I've looked at I would not call a 67 but again I'm no expert in this series. PCGS Photograde doesn't show any difference because they only publish one set of standards for all but then I wouldn't expect to see anything documented for obvious reasons. So, what do the Jefferson experts think? Is there a small leniency given war nickels? Maybe due to the copper/silver alloy being slightly softer than the copper/nickel standard alloy? Since no post is worth reading without a photo, here's the one currently residing in the type set.