Eisenhower Dollar 1972-D BU

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    The Eisenhower dollar isn't admired for its low mintages and access difficulty. Collectors, who gather Eisenhower dollars, enjoy the history they represent and are an inexpensive, non-stressful collection to start. In 1965, the price of silver increased, causing the US Mint to create a different alloy for its coins. Using a copper-nickel alloy, the US Mint starting producing coins that are referred to as clad. The first clad Eisenhower was minted in 1971, although the idea of the Eisenhower was created a few years prior. When President Eisenhower died, in 1969, it was a no brainer that the next US dollar would portray the late president's face. The 1972-D Eisenhower dollar is in brilliant uncirculated condition, absent of scratches and tarnishing. Minted at the famous Denver Mint, the 1972-D Eisenhower proudly wears its "D" mint-mark on the reverse of the coin.

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    • Year: 1972
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