Poland: Litzmannstadt (Lodz Ghetto) 10 Pfennig 1942 Type-1 coin in magnesium; size: 21.25mm; weight: 0.95g. Coin coated w/ oxidation & few corrosion dots. Obv.: good detail where not obstructed by oxidation; line of corrosion above numerals & few tiny dots on rim. Rev.: decent clarity of details where not obstructed by oxidation, but weak (possibly from the strike and not from actual wear); two main spots of corrosion in the field. Overall, a mostly 'clear' coin whose oxidation does not obscure the piece - overall grade VF. Much of the surface marks are due to the circumstance of the coin's professional storage to prevent decay of the metal: in very cold temperature & with special substance to protect the surface. ex Guy Franquinet, with his authentication enclosed. Reference: KM #TN1, Camp-4751a, Feller PO-571, Terlecki-249, SB-1022. As made of gray metal with a semi-reflective surface, the coin does not photograph well in most shades of light.