1973-1978 Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets in OGP

1973-1978 Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets in OGP

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We have a fantastic set of 6 Black Proof Sets that are a little more special than your average proof set - they contain the short-lived Eisenhower Dollar! Introduced in 1971, it was the first $1 coin since the Peace Dollar was discontinued in 1935! The coin was too large and the populus preferred to use cash, so the series was cancelled after just 5 years in 1978. This however meant a copper-nickel clad issue was included in 6 Proof Sets from 1973-1978! 

Each and every one of these sets were limited edition and sold out back in the day. The Proof Eisenhower in each set is the star of each set, as it was the lowest mintage coin included. This set of 6 sleek black packaging Proof Sets is an incredible deal, as it is just a little over $10 per set! It would cost nearly twice as much to buy each of these sets individually, so act now and add these unique proof sets to your collection today!
  • 6 sets for a total of 36 coins
  • Struck in San Francisco
  • The ONLY Eisenhower Proof Sets


An Eisenhower Dollar Proof Set includes proof versions of the Eisenhower Dollar, a coin issued by the United States Mint featuring President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the obverse and an eagle landing on the moon on the reverse. These sets were produced to offer collectors high-quality examples of these coins.

Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets were made from 1971 until 1978. These sets typically included the special collector's version of the coin struck at the San Francisco Mint with an "S" mint mark.

The Eisenhower Dollar Proof Set is special because it features proof coins that have a higher level of craftsmanship and finer detail compared to regular circulation coins. The proof coins have a mirror-like finish with frosted designs, making them highly appealing to collectors.

Yes, there are silver versions of the Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets. From 1971 to 1976, the U.S. Mint produced 40% silver-clad Eisenhower Dollars in both uncirculated and proof finishes. These silver coins were specifically marketed to collectors.

The value of an Eisenhower Dollar Proof Set can vary significantly based on the year, the condition of the coins, and whether they are the more sought-after silver versions. Generally, clad proof sets can range from $10 to $20, while silver proof sets can range from $20 to $50 or more in today's market.

Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets can be purchased from rare coin dealers such as Bullion Shark.

Proof Eisenhower Dollars have a mirror-like finish with frosted devices and a sharp strike. They are also typically marked with an "S" mint mark from the San Francisco Mint, indicating they were specially made for collectors.

The most valuable Eisenhower Dollar Proof Sets are typically the early silver proofs, especially those from 1971 and 1972, which were the first years of issue. The bicentennial sets from 1976, featuring a special reverse design to commemorate the U.S. Bicentennial, are also highly collectible.

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