The specialty of store-owner James Sego, Eisenhower dollars were introduced in 1971, the first dollar coin minted since 1935. The obverse features the bust of President and General Dwight D. Eisenhower. The reverse features an eagle, clutching an olive branch, flying above of the moon with the earth in the background. In 1975 and 1976, a bicentennial issue featured a reverse with the Liberty Bell in front of the moon.
The 1971 Ike, while plentiful in lower uncirculated grades, becomes quite scarce in Premium GEM. PCGS has only graded one higher (66+). This Premium GEM has beautiful light golden-orange toning on the obverse which is even more pronounced on the reverse.
Our price: $2,399.00
We are pleased to offer a second 71-D in 66+ CAC Approved. This coin has brilliant white surfaces with a wonderful slightly reflective silky appearance. Very hard to find this nice!
Our price: $1,999.00