Eisenhower Silver Dollar?

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The Eisenhower silver dollar is the name of a coin that worth $1 dollar in value if used in a retailing setting. The coins were issued in the United States of America during the years of 1971 to the years of 1978. There were over 150 million Eisenhower silver dollar coins issued. The silver dollar coins consist of 80% silver and 20% copper. There are many people that like to collect the silver dollar coins.
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As of 2012, the Eisenhower silver dollar is worth $10.48. This silver dollar was only produced from 1971 to 1978. ...
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