These two coins are, unfortunately, nowhere near uncirculated condition. That green stuff you can see on them is corrosion. This cannot be removed from the coin without the coin becoming "cleaned", and a cleaned 1936 penny is basically only worth scrap metal value (5 to 10 cents) because coin collectors do not want to own one.
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