1776 -1976 Eisenhower Dollar Coin in cardholder 2X2. They are more than 34 years old, some scratches, toning, spot or slight imperfections, non silver variety. Eisenhower Dollars were struck to commemorate Dwight D. Eisenhower, who died in 1969, and the Apollo 11 moon landing of the same year. Copper-nickel issues: Weight: 22.68 grams Composition: Outer Layers of 75% copper, 25% nickel with a center layer of 100% copper. Mint marks appear above the third and fourth numbers in the date under Eisenhower's neck. Mint marks include: None (Philadelphia Mint in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) D (Denver Mint in Denver, Colorado) S (San Francisco Mint in San Francisco, California) 1973 copper-nickel clad Ikes were limited to the uncirculated and proof sets of that year; none were released for general circulation. No dollars dated 1975. Bicentennial reverse design: The Liberty Bell and the Moon.
- Brand: Eisenhower Dollar Coin
- ASIN: B000E12E7C