1971 One Dollar Silver Coin. 1971-D Denver Mint Eisenhower One Dollar Rare Coin AU. 0 bids Ending Feb. The US minted the 1971 S Eisenhower silver dollar as an uncirculated coin and also as a proof coin. Most of the coins minted were proof coins. The mint mark can be found above the date. Note that not every 1971 Eisenhower dollar is a silver coin. 1971-S Peg Leg Dollar Variety. There aren’t any pirates involved with this interesting Eisenhower dollar variety, but some “RRRrrrrrrrrrrrrr” does prominently feature on this rare error coin! The 1971-S Peg Leg dollar shows a missing serif on the lower left. 1971 to 1978 U.S. Eisenhower Ike Dollar Coins - Set of 2 coins - different dates - $1 Collector Coins 4.1 out of 5 stars 19 $9.99$9.99 Get it as soon as Fri, Oct 2. 1971-S Silver Dollar Graded/ Slabbed. 0 bids Ending Today at 8:30AM PST 7h 19m. 1971-S Proof $1 Eisenhower ' IKE ' Dollar.
1971 Silver Dollar Eisenhower
The 1971 Eisenhower Dollar (Buy on eBay) was the first year of issue for the series. This release also represented the first dollar coin issued by the United States Mint since 1935, when the previous Peace Dollar series concluded.
Trial strikes for the new dollar were prepared at the Philadelphia Mint on January 25, 1971 in an event open to members of the press. The trial strikes were produced from several trial working dies on 40% silver blanks prepared by the coiner. The first production strikes for the Eisenhower Dollar officially took place on March 31, 1971 at the San Francisco Mint. Production at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints commenced later in the year. High stakes poker.
The coins struck at San Francisco were silver versions struck for collectors. Congress had authorized the production of up to 150 million of the new dollar coins struck in a composition of 40% silver over a four year period. Uncirculated versions were sold to collectors for $3.00 per coin, while proof versions were sold for $10.00 per coin. Orders were first accepted on July 1, 1971 with fulfillment beginning in early August.
The Philadelphia and Denver Mint struck the Eisenhower Dollars for general circulation, using a copper nickel clad composition. The first coins were released into circulation on November 1, 1971. Finding examples of these early clad Ikes in high grade can be challenging, particularly for the Philadelphia Mint strikes, which can exhibit weak strikes or heavy contact marks.
1971 Eisenhower Dollar Mintages
- 1971: 47,799,000
- 1971-D: 68,587,424
- 1971-S Silver: 6,868,530
- 1971-S Silver Proof: 4,265,234
Value Of 1971 Dollar Coin
1971 Silver Dollar D
- Designer: Frank Gasparro
- Composition: 91.67% Copper, 8.33% Nickel (clad), 40% Silver, 60% Copper (silver)
- Weight: 22.68 grams (clad), 24.59 grams (silver)
- Diameter: 38.1 mm
- Edge: Reeded
1971 Silver Dollar Price
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