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[quote] On 2012-02-15 16:22, Chessmann wrote: Take a look at what are called Brown Ikes and Blue Ikes. They are 40% silver. You can see some copper along the edge on the Blue Ikes, but (in my experience) not on the Brown Ikes. They are significantly more expensive than standard Ikes, but significantly less than Morgan silver dollars. But, they are absolutely beautiful. Take a look and see if they are an option you might like. Here is some more info: "Eisenhower Dollars were produced in 40% silver between 1971 and 1974 in both Uncirculated and Proof. The uncirculated silver dollars were packaged in pliofilm inside a blue envelope. The proof silver dollars were encapsulated in a hard plastic case inserted in a brown box. These silver Ike dollars were sold directly to collectors by the Mint and were not included in the Proof and Mint sets issued in those years." [/quote]
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