1971-1978 First, Last & Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar Set


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Here's a 3-star tribute to the 34th U.S. President "Ike" Eisenhower from the last large-size circulating U.S. dollar series. This affordable collector's set gives you three desirable issues from the series in mint Uncirculated condition. You'll get the:

  • 1971-S – First-year, 40% silver issue, of which less than 7 million were struck
  • 1976-S – Prized, dual-dated (1776-1976) coin with Bicentennial Liberty Bell and moon reverse, also struck in 40% silver
  • 1978-D – Historic copper-nickel dollar from the last year of the series and the final year of production for large-size circulating dollar coins

The obverse of these popular coins honors one of America's greatest military and political leaders – the mastermind of the Allied D-Day invasion during WWII, and later creator of the NASA space agency. The reverses of the 1971-S and 1978-D feature the insignia of the Apollo 11 space mission that put the first men on the moon in 1969, just two years before the "Ike" dollar debuted. Add three of the most sought-after Eisenhower dollars to your collection today and SAVE off individual coin prices!