Eisenhower Dollar 1973 BU

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  • Description:

    Inspired by the late President and General, Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Eisenhower dollar was conceived in 1969. When the US Mint desired to produce a new dollar, there was no disagreement that Eisenhower, who also passed in 1969, would be the face of the new coin. The Eisenhower dollar was the first US dollar to be minted since the Peace dollar's production ended in 1935. The 1973 Eisenhower dollar contains one of the lowest mintages, for the Eisenhower dollar, not exceeding two million. The 1973 Eisenhower is also made out of a nickel-clad alloy and is not silver. The Philadelphia Mint produced the 1973 Eisenhower dollar, and has kept an admirable reputation since 1792. The Founding Fathers conceived the first mint in order to place the US on the international commerce map.

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    • Year: 1973
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