James Sego JMSCoins Variety Eisenhower Set
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.