What Is the Value of an Eisenhower Dollar?

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The value of an Eisenhower dollar depends on the condition of the coin and which design you have. The first design is call the Clad Composition. They were made from 1971 to 1978. Depending on the condition of the coin, it can be worth anywhere between $4.59 to $15.00. Next there is the Bicentennial design. This one was made in 1976. Depending on the condition of the coin, it can be worth anywhere between $5.94 and $25.00.
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If it's cupronickel clad and from circulation, face value. Uncirculated or Proof, $3 to $8 depending on year and mint mark. See http://www.numismedia.com/fmv/prices/ikedlr/pricesgd.shtml
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The value of a 1972 Eisenhower dollar is still the value of the dollar
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The gold on the coin is probably gold plating which does not add much value at all. In fact, some collectors would say it detracts from the value. If you do have a variety 3, it would
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1873? You must mean 1973, and it really depends on the condition of the coin. Refer to the United States Coins Red Book to get a idea of what the coin is worth.
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