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1970s Bicentennial and Eisenhower Proof and Mint Coins/Sets with Many Silver Issues

Lot Number 633

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Though the end of circulating silver coin production cast a cloud over 1960s coin collecting, the 1970s produced a silver lining. Offered is a “best of the ‘70s” coin hoard featuring proof and mint uncirculated Bicentennial and Eisenhower individual coins and sets including numerous silver issues. Housed in original U.S. Mint packaging and mailers this sealed assortment includes (75) Eisenhower dollars with 40% silver content; (20) Bicentennial three-coin sets with 40% silver content; (10) 1976 mint/proof sets; (11) Bicentennial medallions. More on our website.

The complete list of included items is as follows:

(30) Eisenhower “Brown Box” proof dollars with 40% silver content with: (15) 1971; (10) 1972; (5) 1974

(45) Eisenhower uncirculated dollars with 40% silver content with: (20) 1971; (15) 1972; (5) 1973; (5) 1974

(20) 1976 Bicentennial 3-coin sets: with 40% silver content, each set contains one coin each: dollar, half dollar and quarter, with: (10) proof sets with blue folders; (10) mint sets in red envelopes

(5) 1976 5-coin proof sets in black boxes, no silver content

(5) 1976 10-coin mint sets in white envelopes, no silver content

(11) Bicentennial Medallion/1st Day Covers stamped and postmarked “July 4” with respective year of issue, no silver content, with: (5) 1972 George Washington; (6) 1976 Thomas Jefferson

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