1971–1974 Eisenhower Dollar “Blue Ike” BU

The Legend of the “Blue Ikes”

The Eisenhower “Ike” Dollar was America’s last large-sized dollar minted for circulation. It also lasted for just eight years, from 1971 to 1978. But while these coins were struck from copper-nickel, a small number of 40% fine silver Ike Dollars were also struck by the U.S. Mint just for collectors. Those offered here have been dubbed the “Blue Ikes” due to the blue packaging they originally came in. And, as the first — and last — 40% silver dollars in United States Mint history, these historic coins hold a special place in every collection.

Blue Ikes Still In Their Original Packaging!

These are the first regular-issue Ike Dollars struck in 40% silver at the San Francisco Mint. Each coin available here was struck from 1971 to 1974 — a four-year span from San Francisco that represents only 2% of all the regular-issue Ike Dollars ever minted, making them hard to find today. In addition, each Ike Dollar offered here comes in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition still in its original blue packaging!

This is your chance you to secure one of these coins! Click one to your cart now or you could be feeling “Blue” if you miss out. Don’t you wait, order now! Date varies.

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • UNIQUE “BLUE IKES” – This “Blue Ike” was among the first 40% silver dollars in U.S. Mint history. Struck between 1971 and 1974, it will come in its original blue packaging. Date varies.
  • TWO POPULAR DESIGNS ON ONE COIN – Struck at the San Francisco Mint, the obverse of each coin features the bust of President Dwight David Eisenhower. The reverse of each coin features the same design used for the Apollo 11 mission insignia.
  • AMERICA’S LAST SILVER DOLLARS – These coins come from the last silver dollar series in U.S. history. Today’s silver dollars are “dollars” in name only as they are bullion coins not meant to be circulated or used in commerce. As such, there are no circulated silver versions. This Ike Dollar was struck in 40% silver and measure 38.1 mm in diameter.
  • UNITED STATES LEGAL TENDER – This coin is one dollar legal tender in the United States of America.
  • GLEAMING UNCIRCULATED CONDITION – Your 1971–1974 Eisenhower “Blue Ike” Dollar will come in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition as fresh and crisp as the day it left the U.S. Mint in San Francisco.
  • LOW MINTAGE IKES – The 1971–1974 Ike Dollars struck at the San Francisco Mint represent only 2% of all the regular-issue Ike Dollars minted, making them hard to find today.

Secure a Brilliant Uncirculated “Blue Ike” Silver Dollar struck from 1971–1974 still in its original blue packaging! Don’t miss out, order now!

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