James Sego JMSCoins Variety Eisenhower Set

HOF 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Current
Rank
7
Set
Complete
100.00%
Set
Rating
67.049
GPA with
Top Bonuses
67.049
GPA
Weighted
66.533

Retired Statistics 7/15/2008

Rank
1
GPA Weighted
66.533
Complete
100.00%
Set Rating
66.533
About This Set: This Superb set of Eisenhower Mint State Dollars has taken over 20 years to assemble. Most every coin was found after searching through mint sets, rolls and blue pack Ikes.

Many examples are among the finest known including an outstanding Peacock toned 1973-P MS66, Peacock toned 1974-P in MS66, a toned 73-D in MS67, a recently aquired 72-D in 67, a 1974-D in MS67, , a 77-P in MS67, a 77-D in MS67, a 1978-P in MS67, and a superb Peacock Hoard toned 1976-D Type II in MS67. Also included is a superb rainbow toned 72-D in MS66. Another recently aquired Ike is a 1971-D that makes the 72-D look white. The coin was graded MS66 by PCGS (it'll go back in for a 67).

There is also an excellent run of Silver Mint State Ikes all bright white, with the exception of three Peacock Hoard Ikes graded MS68, two 1972-S' and a 1974-S. Two recent additions are a 72-S and 73-S in MS69. The 73-S is a pop 4 coin.

Two other recent additions are a 1972-P Type II MS 66 (1 of 5 known) and a 1972-P Type I MS66 (1 of 4 known). This goes along with a 72-P Type III in MS66 (1 of 13 known).

Additionally the following major errors are a part of the set: 1976-D Type II Struck on 40% Silver Planchet - Graded MS64 by PCGS. This is believed to be one of 2-3 coins knonwn. 1974-D struck on 40% silver planchet. Coin is graded PCGS MS62 and is bright white. Added just one week later a 1977-D struck on a 40% silver planchet. This coin is graded PCGS AU58. Also included is a 1978-P PCGS MS65 40% off-center Ike and a 1978-P MS64 Ike struck on a Phil Peso planchet (The coin is perfectly centered).

Please e-mail James with any and all highest graded IKES. Will collect duplicates.

Status Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1971 7406 1971 $1 MS66 88 9 889
White & Superb
1971-D 7407 1971-D $1 MS67 39 0 390
White
1971-S SILVER 7408 1971-S $1 MS67 636 9 63810
Peacock
1972 TYPE 1 87409 1972 $1 MS66 12 0 120
1972 TYPE 2 97409 1972 $1 MS66 8 0 80
1972 TYPE 3 7409 1972 $1 MS66 34 1 341
1972-D 7410 1972-D $1 MS67 19 0 190
Light blue obverse with golden/blue reverse
1972-S SILVER 7411 1972-S $1 MS69 25 0 250
1973 7412 1973 $1 MS66 140 10 14010
1973-D 7413 1973-D $1 MS67 13 0 130
Deep blue green toned obverse
1973-S SILVER 7414 1973-S $1 MS69 4 0 40
1974 7415 1974 $1 MS66 215 12 21512
Peacock
1974-D 7416 1974-D $1 MS67 28 5 285
White
1974-S SILVER 7417 1974-S $1 MS68 1269 8 12698
Peacock
1976 TYPE 1 7418 1976 $1 MS66 37 1 371
1976 TYPE 2 7419 1976 $1 MS67 14 0 140
A nice clean MS67 with some very light original toning. This coin is better than each of the 4 other 67's I've seen.
1976-D TYPE 1 7420 1976-D $1 MS67 6 0 60
1976-D TYPE 2 7421 1976-D $1 MS67 32 1 321
Peacock Hoard Deep Orange Red Toning
1976-S SILVER 7422 1976-S $1 MS68 955 1 9551
1977 7423 1977 $1 MS67 30 0 300
1977-D 7424 1977-D $1 MS67 10 0 100
Light Gold Color. Virtually Flawless!!!
1978 7425 1978 $1 MS67 7 0 70
Light Golden Toning
1978-D 7426 1978-D $1 MS66 633 51 63351