1976 Bicentennial Prism Hologram Eisenhower Dollars - Silver.com™
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1976 Bicentennial Prism Hologram Eisenhower Dollars (Gold Plated)

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The Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar was issued in 1975 and 1976 as part of a series of coins to honor the 200th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The design featured the same obverse as the regular Eisenhower dollar, but received a new reverse design selected through a special contest held by the Treasury Department. Right now, gold-plated 1976 Bicentennial Prism Hologram Eisenhower Dollars are available to purchase online at Silver.com. 

Coin Highlights:

  • Available to you in a capsule with a dual-sided Certificate of Authenticity!
  • All-new Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar with hologram effect!
  • Exquisite plating in 24-karat gold!
  • The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the United States.
  • Dwight D. Eisenhower is depicted on the obverse.
  • A superimposition of the Liberty Bell against the moon features in the reverse design.

When you purchase 1976 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollars in this online listing, you will receive a coin housed inside an acrylic capsule. Accompanying each coin is a dual-sided Certificate of Authenticity courtesy of the Merrick Mint. You will immediately be struck by the coin’s appearance, which includes gold plating and a permanent hologram over an original, genuine Eisenhower Bicentennial Dollar.

The Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar was released in 1975 and 1976, along with similarly themed bicentennial quarters and half dollars. Two versions of the Eisenhower Dollar were issued, one with a sans-serif lettering and the other with a serif font. The US Mint issued single versions of the coins along with special 3-coin proof sets. Collectors continue to seek these coins out, both for their beauty and as token reminders of America’s iconic past.

President Eisenhower is shown on the obverse field of 1976 Prism Hologram Eisenhower Dollars. Rather than updating the obverse for the bicentennial release, the Mint stuck with the famous design already in use by Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro. It is a simple yet refined bust of Eisenhower in left-profile relief. There are inscriptions that read Liberty, In God We Trust, and 1776-1976.

The Liberty Bell against the backdrop of a full moon is depicted on the reverse of Bicentennial Prism Hologram Eisenhower Dollars. This iconic image is embellished with a permanent hologram, which helps to highlight the beauty of Dennis Williams’ original artwork. His design was chosen out of hundreds of submissions, which is even more remarkable considering he was only 21 and in college at the time. Reverse inscriptions read United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, One Dollar.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: The Merrick Mint

Mint Mark:  Not Shown

Manufacturer:  The Merrick Mint

Condition:  Uncirculated

Face Value:  $1

Issuing Country:  United States

Edge Design:  Reeded

Packaging Type: Presentation Packaging

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