I wouldn't waste the money on grading, the top one is bullion melt value the bottom one is an improperly handled proof. Neither are worth much money, certainly a lot less than even the cheapest grading fees and shipping + insurance.
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Always nice to find a Franklin and proof in a roll. The others have answered the question on grading. Unless it's of your personal decision, consider that these sell for less in the mid-mint state grades. Glad you asked first, none the less.