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1971-1978 Brown & Blue Pack Silver Sets & Collections

Eisenhower Dollar Coins: A Stunning Collection of Numismatic History

Discover the captivating world of Eisenhower Dollar coins, a series minted from 1971 to 1978 that honors the 34th President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and celebrates the historic Apollo 11 moon landing. Our extensive collection offers a wide range of options, including circulated, uncirculated, proof, and silver-clad coins, as well as rare varieties and error coins for the discerning collector. Explore the beauty and historical significance of the Eisenhower Dollar series and find the perfect addition to your collection.

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A Brief History of the Eisenhower Dollar

The Eisenhower Dollar was the first dollar coin issued by the United States Mint after the Peace Dollar series ended in 1935. Created as a tribute to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the obverse of the coin features his distinguished profile designed by Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro. The reverse showcases an adaptation of the iconic Apollo 11 insignia - an eagle landing on the moon while clutching an olive branch, symbolizing the nation's peaceful exploration of space.

Our Collection at a Glance

  • Circulated and Uncirculated Coins: From well-loved, circulated examples to pristine, uncirculated coins, we offer a variety of options to suit your budget and preferences.
  • Proof and Silver-Clad Coins: Our selection includes gorgeous proof coins with a mirror-like finish and silver-clad coins containing 40% silver, adding extra value and appeal to your collection.
  • Rare Varieties and Error Coins: Discover rare varieties like the 1971 "Peg Leg" and the 1972 "Type 2" as well as intriguing error coins that will capture the imagination of any collector.
  • Graded and Certified Coins: Shop with confidence, knowing that our collection includes coins graded and certified by leading third-party grading services such as NGC and PCGS.