Last Eisenhower Dollar and First Susan B. Anthony Dollar

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Last Eisenhower Dollar and First Susan B. Anthony Dollar. Ready to be "deposited" in your collection!

Last minted in 1978, the copper-nickel clad Eisenhower Dollar was minted in 1978 and depicts "Ike" on the obverse and the Apollo 11 moon landing on the reverse. Also made of copper-nickel clad and first minted in 1979, the Susan B. Anthony Dollar is the first U.S. dollar to portray a non-fictitious woman on a circulated coin. The coin depicts Susan B. Anthony on the obverse and an eagle flying above the moon on the reverse. Certificate of authenticity included.

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