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Because the number of Eisenhower Dollar RPM varieties is not excessive, they will all be illustrated on this single page.  If the list should ever expand significantly, the varieties will be assigned to pages based on their date and mint mark as is done with other denominations and series.

1971-D $1 WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A:  Two very minor die scratches SW from the lower left and above left center of the B in LIBERTY.  Obverse Stage B:  Stage A die scratches abraded away.  Die showing signs of deterioration.  Reverse Stage A:  No prominent die markers.  Reverse Stage B:  Die showing signs of deterioration.

Submitted By:  Stage A: Thomas Kalantzis, Stage B: Jeff Longeuay

Cross References:  None known






1971-D $1 WRPM-002

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Weak die scratches SSE from the lower center of the N of IN and running through the upper left of the horizontal bar of the first T in TRUST to the vertical bar of the first T in TRUST.  Very minor N by W/S by E die scratch between the lower area of the E in WE and the neck.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known








1971-D $1 WRPM-003

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  No prominent die markers.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known






1971-D $1 WRPM-004

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  N/S die scratch to the left center of the I in LIBERTY.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known






1971-S $1 Damaged Mint Mark Punch

Description:  What appears to be an S/S North is actually a damaged mint mark punch that affected numerous S-Mint working dies, including proof dies, for all denominations of coins in 1971.

Cross References:  None known

Values:  No premium




1971-S $1 WRPM-001          Listing Needed

Comments:  The original listing proved to be from the damaged mint mark punch that affected numerous S-Mint working dies for all denominations.

1971-S $1 WRPM-002          Listing Needed

Comments:  The original listing proved to be from the damaged mint mark punch that affected numerous S-Mint working dies for all denominations.

1971-S $1 40% WRPM-003          “Best Of” Variety

Description:  S/S Northwest

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Die scratches run from WNW to ESE through the lower L of LIBERTY.  Reverse:  None noted.

Submitted By:  Edward Fletcher

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Cherrypickers: FS-$1-1971S-501






1971-S $1 WRPM-004          “Best Of” Variety

Description:  S/S North

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A:  Master die marker (Die gouge) on left edge (centered) of the I of LIBERTY.  Very light die scratch above mint mark.  Two die gouges to the lower right of the last T of TRUST.  Strong circular die scratches on most of obverse.  Strong die scratch running NW from the top left of the O of GOD.  Die scratches connecting the G of GOD with the R of TRUST and the O of GOD with the U of TRUST and the D of GOD and the S of TRUST.  Short NE/SW die scratches on either side of I of IN.  Strong die scratch to the upper left of the 7 of date.  Obverse Stage B:  Multiple die scratches about the mint mark.  NW/SE die scratch in the field above the mint mark.  Die scratches connecting the G of GOD with the R of TRUST and the O of GOD with the U of TRUST and the D of GOD and the S of TRUST are weaker.  Die scratch running NW/SE to the right of the upper 7 of date is weaker.  Die scratch runs S/E under and to the right of the G of FG.  Short NE/SW die scratches on either side and below the I of IN.  Long die scratch starts left of I of IN runs SE through the bottom of the I of IN ending in the field left of the first T of TRUST.  Die scratch above the B of LIBERTY.  Die gouge in the field to the upper right of the B of LIBERTY.  N/S die scratch inside the B of LIBERTY located slightly above right center of the curve.  Arching die scratch under FG. Die scratches forms an X below and to the right of the G of FG.  Weaker secondary mint mark.  Obverse Stage C:  Die scratches connecting the G of GOD with the R of TRUST and the O of GOD with the U of TRUST and the D of GOD and the S of TRUST are polished away.  Die chip on the upper first 1 in date.  X die scratch under the G of FG.  Obverse Stage D:  A new second die scratch to the right of the stage B NW/SE die scratch above the mint mark.  Die gouge on lower right edge of the 9 of date.  Reverse Stage A:  Short N/S die scratch east of the right lower point of the star below OF.  Long arching die scratches running SE between the F in OF and the star below. Die scratch starting at the right star point running east intersecting with the arching die scratches creating an X die scratch marker in the field to the right of the eighth star.  Die scratches run south from the wing to the left of the 11th star.  Short die scratch runs south from the right edge of the eighth wing tip left of the 11th star.  Reverse Stage B:  Dot Sized die chip below the left upper point of star under OF.  One die gouge under the E of ONE.  Reverse Stage C:  Small die gouge on the right edge of the left leg of the N of UNITED.  Two die gouges under the E of ONE.  Reverse Stage D:  Short die scratch running south from the eighth wing tip abraded away.  Die gouge on top edge of R of AMERICA.

Submitted By:
  Stage A: John A. Wexler, Stage B: Brian Ribar, Stage C & D: Thomas Kalantzis

Cross References:
  IDDD-RPM-4








1972-S $1 40% WRPM-001

Description:  S/S South

Die Markers:  Obverse: WDDO-004.  A spread towards the center shows on the date and slightly on the lower serifs of IN GOD WE TRUST.  Die gouge right of the 2 in the date.  Small die gouge (dot) NW of the 7 in the date.  Reverse: WWHR-001.  Die gouge above the left end of the T in UNITED.

Submitted By:  Tony Russo

Cross References:  None known






1973-D $1 Damaged Mint Mark Punch

Description:  What appears to be a D/D Tilted (Rotated) on the lower serif is actually a damaged mint mark punch that affected numerous D-Mint working dies for all denominations of coins in 1973.

Cross References:  None known

Values:  No premium




1973-D $1 WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  No prominent die markers.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known

Comments: Separation on the lower serif is from a damaged mint mark punch.




1973-D $1 WRPM-002

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known

Comments: Separation on the lower serif is from a damaged mint mark punch.










1973-S $1 Pr 40% WRPM-001

Description:  S/S North

Die Markers:  Obverse:  N/S die scratches on either side of the upper area of the 1 in the date.  Reverse:  NE/SW die scratch running along and above the left side of the A in DOLLAR.

Submitted By:  John A. Wexler

Cross References:  None known








1974-D $1 WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Die gouge below the horizontal bar of the 7 in the date left of center.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  John Bordner

Cross References:  None known






1974-D $1 WRPM-002

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  N/S die scratch to the left of the R in LIBERTY.  NW/SE and NNW/SSE die scratch to the left of the nose and lips.  NNW/SSE die scratches at the neck.  NNW/SSE die scratches between the 9 and 7 of the date.  Die scratches south showing die fatigue from the bust.  Reverse: ENE/WSW die scratches between the TA of STATES and PLURIBUS.  Crisscrossing die scratches above the DOL of DOLLAR.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known








1974-S $1 Damaged Mint Mark Punch

Description:  What appears to be an S/S North is actually a damaged mint mark punch that affected numerous S-Mint working dies, including proof dies, for all denominations of coins in 1974.

Cross References:  None known

Values:  No premium




1976-D $1 WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Fine NNW/SSE die scratches at the 19 of 1976.  Reverse: Type 1.  Die gouge at the lower right of the O in OF.  Die scratch NW from the upper left of the O in ONE.  Fine die scratches in different directions under UNITED.

Submitted By:  Brian Vaile

Cross References:  None known