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Eisenhower Dollar (1971 - 1978)

The Eisenhower or Ike Dollar was designed in 1971 to honor both President Dwight D. Eisenhower and man's first landing on the moon. The coin was designed by Frank Gasparro, chief engraver of the Mint, who placed his initials FG on the truncation and below the eagle. The obverse portrays President Eisenhower facing left, surrounded up top by LIBERTY. The date is at the bottom while IN GOD WE TRUST is in front of Eisenhower's neck. The reverse depicts an adaptation of the official Apollo 11 insignia. Collectors' coins were struck in 40% silver and sold at a premium, while the circulation issue were struck in copper-nickel. In 1976, a new design was created to commemorate the 1976 Bicentennial of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This time, the reverse displayed the Liberty Bell superimposed on the moon. Its designer was Dennis R. Williams. The dual date 1776-1976 was put on the obverse.

The Executive Coin Company is one of the top coin dealers in United States who offers a variety of Eisenhower Dollars in different grades and conditions, some certified and graded by PCGC. Our selection includes early date Ike dollars but also Bicentennial dollars and Ike Dollar Proof Rolls. All dollars we offer are expertly photographed with great care and accuracy to help you make the best choice for your collection! Check out our Eisenhower Dollars for sale below. If the date you are looking for is not available on our website, please contact our customer service department. We'll be glad to assist you.


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