Eisenhower Silver Dollar (1972)
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Eisenhower Silver Dollar (1972)
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This Eisenhower Silver Dollar was minted in 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Based on a coin grading report, I believe that this 1972 Eisenhower Dollar would be graded a VF-30. The coin has been circulated but the wear is limited. If you don't already have an 1972 Eisenhower SIlver Dollar, here is your chance to get a nice specimen.

The obverse (front of the coin or Heads) features a bust of President Dwight David Eisenhower.Around the edge above his head is the word LIBERTY, the date below. Below his chin, the motto IN GOD WE TRUST. The reverse (the back of the coin or Tails) honors the Apollo 11 Moon Landing by featuring an eagle with an olive branch in it's talons, coming in for a landing on the moon with the earth in the background. Along the top edge reads UNITED STATES OF AMERICA underlined with 13 five-pointed stars, and along the bottom edge ONE DOLLAR. Above the eagle's head E PLURIBUS UNUM.

The reverse of the Eisenhower Dollar was designed by Frank Gasparro. These silver dollars was minted between 1971 to 1978. There will be a new Eisenhower Dollar (not silver) issued in 2015.

Total silver content is .3164 troy ounces or 9,841 grams.

There are five of this coin, one has more coloring wear than the other and is pictured. Coins will be sold based on best sold first.
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