1971-D $1 MS66 Certification #02788001, PCGS #7407
This is the first year in which the Denver Mint struck Eisenhower Dollars.
The 1971-D Eisenhower Dollar is usually well struck. Since this is the first year that it was struck, many coins were saved and still exist in uncirculated grades.
MS60 – MS63: Many coins still exist in this grade and can be located without much trouble.
MS64: In MS64 grades it is not common but still easy to locate.
MS65: In MS65 grades it becomes somewhat scarce and some searching is required but yet still obtainable without much difficulty.
MS66: In MS66 grade it becomes very challenging to locate and possibly a few thousand coins survive in this condition.
MS67: Few coins exist in this grade. There are probably less than 100 examples which would grade MS67.
Frank Gasparro/Michael Collins & James Cooper
75% Copper, 25% Nickel over a pure Copper center
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|65 or Better||68000000|
|60 or Better||13700|
|65 or Better||R-1.0|
|60 or Better||R-2.9|
|65 or Better||2 / 14 TIE|
|All Grades||13 / 14 TIE|
|60 or Better||13 / 14|
|65 or Better||2 / 18 TIE|
|All Grades||15 / 18 TIE|
|60 or Better||14 / 18|