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1972 S 40% Silver Eisenhower Ike Dollar $1 PCGS MS68

1972 S 40% Silver Eisenhower Ike Dollar $1 PCGS MS68
1972 S 40% Silver Eisenhower Ike Dollar $1 PCGS MS68

1972 S 40% Silver Eisenhower Ike Dollar $1 PCGS MS68
Flowing Hair Large Cents (1793). Proof & Mint Sets. Do you want to want to get coins at the lowest cost? The pictures in this listing could be stock photos. The pictures are merely a representation of the product you will receive. An exemplary Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollar PCGS MS68 that is a must-have addition to every and all collectors, especially in the numismatic community. Being 40% silver, Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollars are amongst the most widely collected graded coins in the numismatic industry due to their precious silver content and historical design. Since these coins are coming up to about 50 years old, quality Eisenhower “Ike” Silver dollars in this grade are becoming harder and harder to find. It is history that you can hold in your hands. With that being said, don’t let this opportunity pass you up! Professionally graded by PCGS – MS68. This Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollar contains 0.3162 troy ounce of silver. The composition of this Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollar is 0.400 silver, 0.600 copper. The mass of this Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollar is 24.624 g. The diameter of this Eisenhower “Ike” Silver Dollar is 38.1 mm (1.5 in). Perfect for any collection, add this Eisenhower “Ike” Dollar to your cart today! Eisenhower “Ike” Dollar – Background & Design: The Eisenhower dollar was a one-dollar coin issued by the United States Mint from 1971 to 1978; it was the first coin of that denomination issued by the Mint since the Peace dollar series ended in 1935. The Peace dollar, the last circulating dollar made of silver, was not struck after 1935, and in most years in the quarter century after that, the bullion value of a silver dollar did not exceed 70 cents. In the early 1960s, though, silver prices rose, and the huge stocks of silver dollars in the hands of banks and the government were obtained by the public through the redemption of silver certificates. This caused shortages of silver dollars in the western states where the pieces circulated, and interests there sought the issuance of more dollars. On August 3, 1964, Congress passed legislation providing for the striking of 45 million silver dollars. Shortly after, to ensure that there would be no repetition, Congress inserted a provision in the Coinage Act of 1965 forbidding the coinage of silver dollars for five years. That act also removed silver from the dime and quarter, and reduced the silver content of the half dollar and dollar to 40%. The coin depicts President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the obverse, and on the reverse a stylized image honoring the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon mission based on the mission patch designed by astronaut Michael Collins. Both sides were designed by Frank Gasparro. Get your investment now! Eisenhower “Ike” Dollar Grading Scale & Guidelines: As understood and in relation to condition notes and guidelines, an Eisenhower “Ike” dollar graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) with a grade of “MS68″ will be complete and fully struck with minuscule imperfections visible upon close inspection. All highpoints of the coin will be clear, visible, and with strong detail and minuscule imperfections. It is as close as it can get to an absolutely perfect coin! Get yours today to add to your collection! 1563 Item as described. The item was packaged extremely well and I got faster than expected! I received a coin that was better than expected as well as a gift! Store Design & Structure By M. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins: US\Dollars\Eisenhower (1971-78)”. The seller is “missionhillcoinandjewelry” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: Eisenhower
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Mint Location: San Francisco
  • Grade: MS 68
  • Year: 1972
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: $1

1972 S 40% Silver Eisenhower Ike Dollar $1 PCGS MS68