Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollars

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Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollars

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This website below has me confused it Saids
" the unique 1976 "No S" Type 2 Silver-Clad
Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar - Only 1 coin is known to exist!"
Does every Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar Have a ment mark
On it or is this not the case and why?

http://www.usacoinbook.com/coins/5918/d ... pe-2-no-s/

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Philadelphia minted coins did not have a mint mark. Philadelphia minted coins were copper-nickel clad and business-strikes. The one in question is silver and proof - minted in Philadelphia as a presentation piece.
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Steve
So there was dollars "coins wise" made without the ment mark
On them?

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Yes, from 1971 through 1978, Eisenhower dollar coins minted in Philadelphia had no mint mark.
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:( dang it

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How can you tell if the coin is silver?

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Weight, sound, and appearance.
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