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Eisenhower Silver Dollar Proof

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The real silver clad proofs were only produced from 1971 to 1974 and were minted to honor war hero and two-term United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Look closely at the design, and you see the initials FG...for Frank Gasparro, the coin's designer and U.S. Mint chief engraver at the time...on the truncation of the bust and below the eagle's tail. Only the early Proof strike Eisenhower dollars contain 40% pure silver.  Don't miss out!

  • Each coin is 40% pure silver
  • Genuine U.S. legal tender
  • Proof strike
  • Dates our choice (1971-1974)...if you're looking for a specific date call us at (800)323-5055

Add a piece of presidential history to your collection today!

  • 3
    Eisenhower proof

    Posted by Roger Langley on Mar 8th 2021

    Nice coin but the case is very scuffed and scratched. Hard to enjoy the coin in the cases condition.

  • 4
    Eisenhower silver dollar proof

    Posted by Jitendra Bhatt on Dec 29th 2020

    No grading is written in box

  • 4
    Dollar coin

    Posted by Ricardo Sanchez Ortega on Dec 13th 2020

    Nice dollar coin

  • 5
    Eisenhower Dollar

    Posted by Ted J Clark on Dec 8th 2020

    As expected

  • 4
    it is nice

    Posted by steven rose on Dec 8th 2020

    I will buy again

  • 4
    eisenhower silver dollar proof

    Posted by donald edgcomb on Jun 9th 2020

    ordered three and all arrived in really good condition

  • 5
    April Ike Proof winner

    Posted by Roy Salomon on May 1st 2020

    I'm so happy and honored to have been chosen as a winner of the Ike proof coin.
    The coin came as stated when and in great
    condition. Thank you...

  • 5
    As promised

    Posted by Ephraim Garcia on Apr 24th 2020

    Nice coin came very well packaged in the original packaging from the mint very happy with it got it displayed right on my mantle

  • 3
    This was a proof coin. The front, Eisenhower head is fogged over.

    Posted by G Liguori on Feb 28th 2020

    Wouldn’t have expected a proof to be fogged.