Ike rolls... Lots of Ike rolls.

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by downlow, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. Merc Crazy

    Merc Crazy Bumbling numismatic fool

    I have many rolls of ikes that would slab 64 or better, they're the only ones I really keep... I have a decent idea on how to grade ikes. I think I have a bicentennial that would slab 66, it's got BOOMING luster, a great strike, and minimal planchet marks.
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  3. model77

    model77 Silver Stacker

    Will the 1972 type II have a P mint mark for sure or could it be one with no mint mark at all??
  4. NOS

    NOS Coin Hoarder

    I saw two Ikes in the teller tray today and bought them. One is an average condition 1972D and the other is a pretty nice uncirculated 1976D. Do Type II varieties exist for 1972Ds or does that variety just exist for the 1972Ps? The 1976D is a normal clad coin but since it is in such nice condition is it worth more than a dollar?
  5. cvicisso

    cvicisso New Member

    I get so many Ikes from tellers now that it's really cutting into my working capital. Unloaded a bunch on eBay. Not sure whether I want to keep hoarding them or not. My heart says YES, but my wallet wants more silver halves! LOVE the feel of that big hunk of metal though!
  6. cvicisso

    cvicisso New Member

    I'm no expert, but my experience (and Google) tell me that the Type-IIs are P mint only.

    Go here for good pics: http://www.ikegroup.info/?page_id=184
  7. cvicisso

    cvicisso New Member

    Is the 1976-D Type I or II? Type I is much more difficult to obtain in high grade.

    Go here for help: http://eisenhowerdollarguide.com/1976-eisenhower-dollar-varieties/
  8. NOS

    NOS Coin Hoarder

    Thanks for the link. Mine appears to be the more rare Type I. I have taken a scan so you can see the lettering on my coin. Sounds like this was a pretty nice find that I got from the bank.

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  9. Merc Crazy

    Merc Crazy Bumbling numismatic fool

    Best way to tell a T1 from a T2 bicentennial is to look at the R of dollar... curved tail on the lower extension of the R = T2, straight and stubby = T1.
  10. cvicisso

    cvicisso New Member

    Score!

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