Recall one of America’s greatest military leaders with this complete 1971-1976 set of all five silver clad Uncirculated Eisenhower dollars. General Dwight D. Eisenhower planned and directed WWII Allied invasions of North Africa, Sicily and Italy before masterminding the D-Day invasion of Normandy.
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. Your set includes the prized first-year 1971 coin, the low-mintage ’72, ’73 and ’74 coins, as well as the dual-dated 1776-1976 silver Bicentennial issue. All 5 coins come in a handsome display case with a special 75th anniversary savings of 25% off the regular set price. Plus, you’ll get an Eisenhower dollar colorized by Littleton’s artists with a portrait of Ike as a 5-star general, yours FREE!