Obviously you have two exceptionally nice 1938D's having only one or two grades higher. Many collectors and investors would like these coins and based on how close they are to full steps don't mind mentioning how much more in value your coins are worth over the "MS" grade designation. At minimum you should be able to get 40-60% of the full step appraisal. They are just that good. I just posted on a nickel that has severe die cleaning. A perfect example where eye appeal carries a higher selling value than grade.