Darth Morgan - The Other Ike Dollars

Description: This showcase features all of my other PCGS certified Eisenhower Dollars. This collection is the result of years of upgrading my current registry set (Darth Morgan) and simply buying quality Ikes at a good price. Also, some just catch my eye, and I find that I "need" to add them to my collection, especially those 1971-D Ikes struck on proof planchets. Toning is always an eye-catcher for me too. There are many examples of colorful Ikes to see here. I hope you enjoy the show.
Image PCGS # Date Denom Variety Grade Pop Pop Higher Comments
1971 $1  MS651971 $1  MS65 7406 1971 $1 MS65 1076 106 Reverse exhibits steel blue toning with light golden hues throughout
1971 $1  MS641971 $1  MS64 7406 1971 $1 MS64 2572 1192 Reverse exhibits an end roll "stripe" or band.
1971 $1  MS641971 $1  MS64 7406 1971 $1 MS64 2572 1192 ex-Brian Vaile - Lovely Pastel Shades
1971-D $1  MS661971-D $1  MS66 7407 1971-D $1 MS66 1206 101 SUPER Clean with Bronze Patina - SOLID 66
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 509951 1971-D $1 "Friendly Eagle" FS-901 Type 1 Reverse RDV-006 MS65 133 40 Gold and Bronze Colors with Iridescence. Originally auctioned through Stack's Bowers Galleries (iAuction 3464) for just $56.40.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 UNATTRIBUTED "Friendly Eagle" Variety (FS-901 / RDV-006) cherrypicked on eBay. SCORE!
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 VEDS (Very Early Die State) - ex-Brian Vaile specimen. All features are sharp and well-struck from fresh dies.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 UNATTRIBUTED "Friendly Eagle" Variety (FS-901 / RDV-006). 05/03/2019 UPDATE: Upon photographing this coin today with my new setup I discovered that it is actually an unattributed Type 1 Reverse FEV. I'm not sure how I missed it, but what an awesome thing to happen. This appears to be a late die state example. Light Golden Toning.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #1 : This is one of eight 1971-D Ikes (struck on proof planchets) that were in the middle of an original bank roll from 1971- a real, authentic, bank-wrapped roll. The entire roll was submitted to PCGS by Roger Kadlac of Kadlac Coins (Orlando, FL), and 11 came back as MS65 and 9 came back as MS66! I purchased all 8 proof planchet 71-Ds graded MS65. This is coin #1. These coins are SUPER BRILLIANT. Some have a more satiny luster, while others exhibit glossy luster. I contacted Mr. Kadlac to ask about the origin of this roll. I could tell he was an honest, straightforward guy. He purchased several rolls late last year (2017) from another seller on eBay who had acquired a hoard of Ike rolls- original, "put-away" rolls from the 1970s. The hoard came from an estate sale. The seller apparently never opened the rolls to check the contents entirely. He said there were a LOT of GEM specimens to come out of that hoard. And believe me, he knows the difference between an original roll and a "made up" roll, as he calls it. The proof, to me, is that this single roll produced 11 MS65 and 9 MS66 specimens! Who in the world would manufacture a roll like this and then sell it without showing off the coins within- especially coins of this caliber? I believe these rolls were sold as truly unsearched bank rolls.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #2 (See comments for Cert #34579104)
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #3 (See comments for Cert #34579104) - Talon Head Die Clash
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #4 (See comments for Cert #34579104) - Talon Head Die Clash
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #5 (See comments for Cert #34579104)
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #6 (See comments for Cert #34579104)
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #7 (See comments for Cert #34579104) - Talon Head Die Clash
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - Coin #8 (See comments for Cert #34579104)
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - eBay Cherrypick. This specimen exhibits what is perhaps the best example (in my collection) of the proof planchet "look". In appearance, it has a subtle, almost reverse proof-like finish. It's color is stark white and the bust of Ike is especially glossy and smooth. I included angled shots using direct and indirect lighting to show its glossy appearance and absence of annealing drum "chatter." A truly remarkable example of this variety.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 PROOF PLANCHET - CAC™ Green Sticker - Satiny Silver Appearance. Super Sparkly!
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 OGH - Exhibits light, pastel shades of blue against a darker golden color
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 Glossy Luster - I believe this to be a proof planchet specimen struck with a die of a later state.
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 Rich Gold Luster
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331 Nice, rustic toning
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331
1971-D $1  MS651971-D $1  MS65 7407 1971-D $1 MS65 3920 1331
1971-D $1  MS64+1971-D $1  MS64+ 7407 1971-D $1 MS64+ 16 5251
1971-D $1  MS641971-D $1  MS64 7407 1971-D $1 MS64 1957 5267 Talon Head Die Clash: rustic gold toning with lavender and blue hues on the reverse.
1971-D $1  MS621971-D $1  MS62 7407 1971-D $1 MS62 103 7641 Rusty Patina
1971-D $1  AU551971-D $1  AU55 E7407 1971-D $1 AU55 29 7879 A very DEEP obverse strike-thru with the second "1" in 1971 still visible. This Ike circulated for a time before being noticed.
1971-S $1 Silver MS661971-S $1 Silver MS66 7408 1971-S $1 Silver MS66 5975 662 Sunset Gold & Amber Hues - via James Sego
1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 33070 177
1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 33070 177 I bought this thinking I had cherrypicked a Nightcrawler. Alas, it was just photographic artifact creating an illusion. :(
1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR69DCAM 33070 177 Minor Variety DDO
1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 1763 33247 TDO - PCGS holdered TDO (Triple Die Obverse) Ikes are quite uncommon. I've only seen 2 in the past 7 years. The TrueView image really shows off the SUPER BRIGHT WHITE splendor of this coin. Could there be an as yet unidentified QDR Ike out there???
1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 1763 33247 "Ice Blue Monster" - This is most likely one of the "gassed" Ikes to come out of that infamous monster toned Ike hoard that came to market a few years back. Someone placed a bunch of these proof Ikes, still in OGP, in a large sack and gassed them for a time in an enclosed setting. A lot of them exhibited this characteristic bulls-eye toning with psychedelic colors. Naturally, they just don't tone this way. Rather, the toning begins on the periphery and works its way in. Rob Erzerman commentary: "At least one large trash bag of 71-s Brown packs were AT'ed somewhere in the mid-west some years ago, best guess is several hundred exist. The creator threw a handful of elemental sulfur in the bag and left the bag in his garage attic for one or two hot summers. So, you're correct, AT, gassed. I have a couple of these I bought for $30 back when Sego had a goodly number he was selling as NT (close to 10 years ago). While colors vary from one to another, the over-the-top iridescence makes them instantly recognizable. Rob"
1971-S $1 Silver PR68CAM1971-S $1 Silver PR68CAM 87428 1971-S $1 Silver PR68CAM 296 498 Rare "NIGHTCRAWLER" (DIVa - 1S2-401) - This is the second Nightcrawler I acquired from Ike Group member, Brian Vaile. First Generation Red DIVA™ sticker. See notes for Certification #28735352 below.
1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 611 35010 ex-Brian Vaile Specimen - Rare NIGHTCRAWLER Variety (DIVa - 1S2-401) - First Generation Red DIVA™ Sticker. This is a single-die variety, of which less than 50 are known (graded and raw combined)! The anomaly is a small, straight, hubbed through debris artifact next to the eagle’s left talon and directly against the olive leaf. The eagle appears to be clutching a worm, or nightcrawler. This one, however, is unique in that it also contains a struck-thru fiber anomaly starting from the rim between the "L" and "A" in DOLLAR and running through the bottom of "A" and through the middle of "R." It curls straight up at the end. SteveP commentary: Hubbed-through reverse: a linear shard of die metal slid off the eagle's left leg, and embedded near the talon, giving the appearance that the eagle is clutching a large worm. ODV with full serif R. Obverse with TDO - tripling best seen in the left serif of the R, Ike's hair, the N in the motto, and the 9. Reverse with DDR seen in AMERICA, most stars, Dollar, and olive leafs. IDDD die stage AA - the W and E a barely kissing.
1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 611 35010 "Notes of Autumn Amber" - that's the title I give this one. Very pleasing to the eye.
1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 611 35010 "Sunset Glory" - very bright and vivid orange color along the periphery, then fading to gold. This is the brother to "Notes of Autumn Amber" (sequential certification numbers).
1971-S $1 Silver PR671971-S $1 Silver PR671971-S $1 Silver PR67 7428 1971-S $1 Silver PR67 531 194 "Cloudy Day" - This spectacularly toned Ike presents with beautiful bluish-gray toning. The TrueView™ image showcases the "bright field" look of the coin. I took high resolution shots to highlight bright devices against a dark field (see second slab image). With this lighting, the blue hue really stands out...... like a smurf!
1971-S $1 Silver PR65DCAM1971-S $1 Silver PR65DCAM 97428 1971-S $1 Silver PR65DCAM 81 35800 "Funny Foot" Variety with minor DDO. The obverse toning streak (lightsaber strike, as I call it) is a dark root beer color with rainbow edges. It's definitely a strange toning pattern.
1972 $1 Type 1 MS641972 $1 Type 1 MS64 87409 1972 $1 Type 1 MS64 1581 547 Colorful Hues of Blue, Maroon and Gold.
1972 $1 Type 1 MS641972 $1 Type 1 MS64 87409 1972 $1 Type 1 MS64 1581 547
1972 $1 Type 1 MS631972 $1 Type 1 MS63 87409 1972 $1 Type 1 MS63 536 2128 I bought this from Troy Weaver, who has the ALL TIME finest Ike registry set. He said his company, Mint State Modern Coins, found the Ike in a 1000 coin bag and submitted it raw. The coin has nice luster, even underneath the gold and orange toning. It may have been pressed up against folds in the bottom corner of the bag or something if it did tone while in storage. This may be plausible, given the random, chaotic toning pattern. It's one odd duck.
1972 $1 Type 3 MS641972 $1 Type 3 MS64 7409 1972 $1 Type 3 MS64 1475 576
1972-D $1  MS651972-D $1  MS65 7410 1972-D $1 MS65 2474 599
1972-D $1  MS651972-D $1  MS65 7410 1972-D $1 MS65 2474 599 Deep, rich gold color, especially on the reverse.
1972-D $1  MS651972-D $1  MS65 7410 1972-D $1 MS65 2474 599
1972-D $1  MS641972-D $1  MS64 7410 1972-D $1 MS64 1416 3081 Stellar Rainbow Ring! Light Roller Lines (Striations) also present.
1972-D $1  MS641972-D $1  MS64 7410 1972-D $1 MS64 1416 3081 Gold-Olive Green Monster
1972-D $1  MS641972-D $1  MS64 7410 1972-D $1 MS64 1416 3081 Steel Blue Toning
1972-D $1  MS641972-D $1  MS64 7410 1972-D $1 MS64 1416 3081 OGH - Well Struck
1972-D $1  MS641972-D $1  MS64 7410 1972-D $1 MS64 1416 3081
1972-S $1 Silver MS671972-S $1 Silver MS67 7411 1972-S $1 Silver MS67 8580 2178 Light Golden Reverse Toning
1972-S $1 Silver MS661972-S $1 Silver MS66 7411 1972-S $1 Silver MS66 5514 10773 Extremely Sharp and Lustrous
1972-S $1 Silver MS661972-S $1 Silver MS66 7411 1972-S $1 Silver MS66 5514 10773
1972-S $1 Silver PR66CAM1972-S $1 Silver PR66CAM 87429 1972-S $1 Silver PR66CAM 43 574 Light, Iridescent Golden Toning.
1973 $1  MS651973 $1  MS65 7412 1973 $1 MS65 1526 168 Pleasant Pastel Toning
1973 $1  MS641973 $1  MS64 7412 1973 $1 MS64 1384 1704
1973-D $1  MS651973-D $1  MS65 7413 1973-D $1 MS65 1658 390 Exceptional Strike. Glossy Surfaces.
1973-D $1  MS641973-D $1  MS64 7413 1973-D $1 MS64 1170 2057
1973-S $1 Silver MS661973-S $1 Silver MS66 7414 1973-S $1 Silver MS66 4314 6107
1974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS65 7415 1974 $1 MS65 1496 243 A Virtual "Copper" Eisenhower Dollar - Uniform Copper Toning with Blue Highlights
1973-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM1973-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 97431 1973-S $1 Silver PR67DCAM 352 26689 Minor Variety - DDO
1973-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM1973-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM1973-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 97431 1973-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 1366 25323 TDO! I didn't even know this variety existed on the 73-S silver proof! The tripling is clear on IGWT, although not as distinct on WE (see third picture). In particular, look at the R in TRUST. Could TDOs exist with other proof issues besides '71 and '73?
1974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS65 7415 1974 $1 MS65 1496 243 Lovely, iridescent purple, blue and golden hues throughout the obverse. Reverse is mostly gold with blueish toning along the periphery.
1974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS65 7415 1974 $1 MS65 1496 243 Yellow-gold toning that is dull and rustic
1974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS65 7415 1974 $1 MS65 1496 243 UNATTRIBUTED Strike-Thru Error on Reverse. There are what appears to be extra meteor craters on the reverse. One is located on the "E" of ONE, and the other is located inside the crater above the second "L" in DOLLAR. I only noticed this when getting close-up shots of it today (5/4/19). I believe grease droplets are the culprit here. Pleasant Golden Hues
1974 $1  MS651974 $1  MS65 7415 1974 $1 MS65 1496 243
1974 $1  MS641974 $1  MS64 7415 1974 $1 MS64 1647 1745
1974-D $1  MS641974-D $1  MS64 7416 1974-D $1 MS64 1227 3400 Colorful Hues on Obverse
1974-D $1  MS641974-D $1  MS64 7416 1974-D $1 MS64 1227 3400
1974-S $1 Silver MS671974-S $1 Silver MS67 7417 1974-S $1 Silver MS67 5859 1296 Squeaky Clean Silver Business Strike
1974-S $1 Silver MS671974-S $1 Silver MS67 7417 1974-S $1 Silver MS67 5859 1296
1974-S $1 Silver MS661974-S $1 Silver MS66 7417 1974-S $1 Silver MS66 4521 7168 Bright White Specimen
1974-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM1974-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 97433 1974-S $1 Silver PR68DCAM 1061 20774 Metallic Blue and Green Colors Around the Periphery
1976 $1 Type 1 MS64+1976 $1 Type 1 MS64+ 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64+ 9 748 This is one of a group of 10 '76-P T1 Ikes I bought from the same seller, ms.dkb, back in April, 2016. There was one 63, seven in 64, one 64+ and one 65 (registry coin). All exhibit various degrees of gold toning, which is typical of the issue. Some have areas of blue highlights. I'm a sucker for these. The certification numbers start with 32970083, followed by -84, -87, -88, -91, -93, -95, -96, and -97
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 QA™ Sticker
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 QA™ Sticker
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 Light to moderate golden hues throughout
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 Super shiny and brilliant - proof-like in appearance. A truly PQ 64!
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 Rustic gold toning
1976 $1 Type 1 MS641976 $1 Type 1 MS64 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS64 2022 757 Early holder - no barcode on obverse label. Reverse weakly struck.
1976 $1 Type 1 MS631976 $1 Type 1 MS63 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS63 566 2780
1976 $1 Type 1 MS631976 $1 Type 1 MS63 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS63 566 2780 Super shiny and brilliant - proof-like in appearance
1976 $1 Type 2 MS651976 $1 Type 2 MS65 7419 1976 $1 Type 2 MS65 2583 561 Die file (polish) lines present on obverse. Reverse struck-thru grease, most prominently on the last A of AMERICA.
1976 $1 Type 2 MS641976 $1 Type 2 MS64 7419 1976 $1 Type 2 MS64 1314 3159 Gold toning, typical of the issue.
1976-D $1 Type 1 MS641976-D $1 Type 1 MS64 7420 1976-D $1 Type 1 MS64 1367 1959 Crispy Strike - Very Lustrous
1976-D $1 Type 1 MS641976-D $1 Type 1 MS64 7420 1976-D $1 Type 1 MS64 1367 1959
1976-D $1 Type 2 MS651976-D $1 Type 2 MS65 7421 1976-D $1 Type 2 MS65 2632 991 Deep, Rich Gold with a Hint of Green - QA™ Sticker
1976-D $1 Type 2 MS641976-D $1 Type 2 MS64 7421 1976-D $1 Type 2 MS64 1040 3635
1976-S $1 Silver MS671976-S $1 Silver MS67 7422 1976-S $1 Silver MS67 6163 969 Satiny luster
1976-S $1 Silver MS661976-S $1 Silver MS66 7422 1976-S $1 Silver MS66 5076 7143
1976-S $1 Clad Type 1 PR65DCAM1976-S $1 Clad Type 1 PR65DCAM 97434 1976-S $1 Clad Type 1 PR65DCAM 19 17429 HEAVY Gold Toning with Deep, Rich Luster
1976-S $1 Silver PR67CAM1976-S $1 Silver PR67CAM 87436 1976-S $1 Silver PR67CAM 164 388 Rich Gold Toning with Rustic Maroon Hues Along the Periphery. SPECTACULAR Specimen!
1977 $1  MS651977 $1  MS65 7423 1977 $1 MS65 1636 1093 Beautiful Example of Deep Gold Toning with Dark Copper Highlights on the Bust - QA™ Sticker
1977 $1  MS651977 $1  MS65 7423 1977 $1 MS65 1636 1093 Soft Golden Hues - CAC™ (Green Sticker) Approved
1977 $1  MS651977 $1  MS65 7423 1977 $1 MS65 1636 1093 Gold toning - some nickel color remains on the obverse
1977 $1  MS641977 $1  MS64 7423 1977 $1 MS64 952 2735 Tremendous luster with iridescent tones of blue, purple and gold.
1977-D $1  MS651977-D $1  MS65 7424 1977-D $1 MS65 1921 551 Deep GOLDEN Toning
1977-D $1  MS651977-D $1  MS65 7424 1977-D $1 MS65 1921 551 James Sego
1977-D $1  MS641977-D $1  MS64 7424 1977-D $1 MS64 916 2478
1978 $1  MS661978 $1  MS66 7425 1978 $1 MS66 485 41 Rustic toning with really nice colors on the reverse.
1978 $1  MS651978 $1  MS65 7425 1978 $1 MS65 1886 535 ULTRA GOLD
1978 $1  MS641978 $1  MS64 7425 1978 $1 MS64 968 2425 Superb MS64 Example - Gold Toned
1978 $1  MS641978 $1  MS64 7425 1978 $1 MS64 968 2425 Dull, yellow-gold toning that progresses to an inner band of green and blue colors.
1978-D $1  MS651978-D $1  MS65 7426 1978-D $1 MS65 1473 695 Excellent Strike - Crisp & Sharp (James Sego)
1978-D $1  MS641978-D $1  MS64 7426 1978-D $1 MS64 889 2175 Sharp Strike!