|Added by||Bruce Weese|
|In personal collections||18|
|General Description||The Liberty Dollar of 1976 celebrates the BiCentennial of the USA with the image of Eisenhower on one side and major US symbols of achievment on the reverse.|
|Obv. Description||The Liberty Dollar of 1976 celebrates the BiCentennial of the USA with two dates appearing on the obverse side of the coin. 1776-1976. This coin features the image of Eisenhower with In God We Trust under his chin.|
|Rev. Description||On this coin in finer serif print are the words * UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AMERICA * ONE DOLLAR. In the center is the Liberty bell celebrating freedom and independence along with the fact that the US was the first to set foot on the moon with the moon depicted in the background. The words E Pluribus Unum appear on this side of the coin.|
|Material||Copper-Nickel Clad Copper|
|Mint||United States of America - Denver (D)|
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