1971-1976 40% Silver Clad Eisenhower Dollar Set (5 coins)


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Now's your chance to own a complete 1971-76 set of all five Uncirculated silver clad Eisenhower dollars. Struck by the San Francisco Mint, these low-mintage "Ikes" are the first dollars to contain silver since 1935. Only 5% of the series' total mintage are the 40% silver issues, made exclusively for collectors. And now with the passage of over 30 years, it's a challenge finding choice, well struck pieces. Your set includes the prized first-year 1971 coin, the low-mintage '72, '73 and '74 coins as well as the 1976 last-year silver Bicentennial issue.

First circulating dollar to depict a U.S. president. In 1971, the U.S. Mint issued its first dollar coin in decades – the Eisenhower dollar. It honored an extraordinary American, Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower, as well as an extraordinary American accomplishment... the moon landing. As the last large-size U.S. dollar series that includes 40% silver collector issues, now is the time to get your set! Plus you SAVE off single prices.