I have not seen any significant increase in the value of Eisenhower Dollars lately. In fact, the rarest date (the 1973-S silver proof) has been more on a decline in value.
As far as holding on to Ike dollars, you would probably be a lot better off selling them and buying key date coins in other series'.
Common coins will always be common coins.
Dan Moore The Working Man's Rare Coins http://www.workingmancoins.com
About 5 years ago I attended an auction where a large number of solid-date rolls of uncirculated Ikes were offered. They brought $22 a roll, or $1.10 per coin. After the auction house took a 20% commission, the seller received 88 cents for every dollar that was sold!
All circulated Eisenhower dollars are still worth one dollar.
Eisenhower dollars are not made in 2011. It is worth nothing.
Complete (32 coin) sets of Eisenhower dollars are in the $210.00 range.
Yes, one dollar. All Eisenhower dollars face the left.
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Face value only.
They're still worth one dollar each.
Eisenhower Dollars made for circulation only have face value and has no silver.
Dual dated (1776-1976) Eisenhower dollars are so very common, coins that were struck for general circulation have only face value.
monetary value: $1numismatic value: depends entirely on condition, as we don't know that no specific value can be given
No US dollar coins are dated 1931. The first Eisenhower dollars were struck in 1971. So look at the coin again and post new question.