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.
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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!
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.
All circulated Eisenhower dollars are still worth one dollar.
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Eisenhower Dollars made for circulation only have face value and has no silver.
They're still worth one dollar each.
Face value only.
Dual dated (1776-1976) Eisenhower dollars are so very common, coins that were struck for general circulation have only face value.
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.
None of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
Yep. They were made from 1971 to 1978. They have a melt value of $.21.
Eisenhower dollars are made of copper and nickel and only worth face value. If it's gold, it means someone plated it. Gold plated Ike dollars sell for around $5-10 on eBay.
monetary value: $1numismatic value: depends entirely on condition, as we don't know that no specific value can be given
The Eisenhower dollars from 1971-1978 struck for an taken from circulation have no silver and only have face value. Proof and special collectors coins sold from the Philadelphia Mint are the only coins of this series that are above face value.
ALL U.S. coins carry the word LIBERTY. Dollars minted in 1972 are normally called Eisenhower dollars because they carry a portrait of President Dwight Eisenhower.
None of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the Mint are worth more.
All 1971 & 1972 Eisenhower "S" mintmark dollars are 40% silver. The value is about $12.00.
The 1977 Eisenhower dollar is NOT silver, the last 40% silver collectors coins of the series were the bicentennial coins. None of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation have any silver or are worth more that face value.
No such thing. Eisenhower dollars weren't introduced until 1971.
None of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark made for general circulation have any silver in them and most are only face value, but the Proof 1971-S Eisenhower is 40% silver and has a value of $6.00.
None of the Eisenhower dollars made for general circulation have any silver in them. People call them "Silver Dollars" just because of the size of the coins. 99% of the coins taken from circulation are only face value.
7-30-11>>> None of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation contain any silver or have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
There is no such coin.1974 KENNEDY half dollars are worth face value only if found in circulation; about $1.50 or so if uncirculated.1974 Eisenhower DOLLARS are worth face value only if found in circulation; about $3.00 or so if uncirculated.