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.
Very light golden-red toning on both sides provide this bright Premium Gem excellent eye appeal. The highest grade achieved at PCGS for this Ike is 66+ of which there are only four. This beautiful Ike sells for about 1/6th of what one graded a shade nicer costs.
Our price: $1,199.00
Olive toning with hints of red and yellow. The eagle on the reverse has subtle differences from regular dies, such as a missing eyebrow, which provide the eagle with a friendlier appearance.
Our price: $249.00
The 1972 Type 2 Ike is the series key. PCGS estimates that out of a mintage of nearly 76,000,000 1972 Ikes only about 500,000 have the type 2 reverse. In GEM or higher (highest graded at PCGS are seven in MS66) this coin is rare.
This coin is CAC approved and has attractive light g...
Our price: $2,450.00
We have several Silver 1972-S Ikes graded MS68 by PCGS. High grade silver Ikes have especially beautiful silky smooth surfaces. The coin you see is representative of the coin you will receive.
Our price: $139.00