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.
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
1973 Ikes are quite scarce in Premium Gem and only six have been graded higher by PCGS - each a 66+. This attractive coin has light toning in areas of the obverse and a brilliant reverse.
Our price: $399.00
CAC Approved! This is one of the more attractive Ikes in 66+ that we have handled. The upper rim areas on both sides have rainbow-like toning while the central areas show light pastels, especially the reverse. Excellent eye appeal.
Our price: $675.00
CAC Approved! In Premium GEM and higher, this date is quite scarce. This coin has light gold toning on the obverse, while the reverse has gun-metal blue toning by the rims and the central areas are gold. A beautiful coin.
Our price: $349.00