1 US Dollar coin (Eisenhower and Eagle landing on Moon)
The US Mint issued American Dollar coins in 6 different denominations, including this 1 US Dollar coin (Eisenhower and Eagle landing on Moon). They are part of the American Dollar coins series. The US Mint started issuing these 1 American Dollar coins in 1971. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1978.
The Eisenhower $1 dollar coin was the first US dollar coin not made of silver, but instead of copper-nickel. The front side features the head of 34th US President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was president during World War II. The back side shows an eagle landing on the Moon, a design similar to NASA’s Apollo 11 mission insignia.
The value we pay is based on the nominal exchange value of this coin. There are silver versions of this coin. The silver coins are worth more than the nominal exchange value. If you believe you have a silver Eisenhower $1 coin, please send us an email with a picture and we may quote you a better price. You can find out if your coin has a silver content by using this website: coinauctionshelp.com/eisenhower-dollar-value/
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1 USD = £0.5787200000
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