1 Dollar KM206 United States
|KM#||205||Dates||1976||Notes||Eisenhower Dollar (Bicentennial)|
A profile of Eisenhower facing to the left. Above him is written in big letters "LIBERTY" and below him is written, in the same size lettering, "1776 - 1976". Below Eisenhower's chin on the left is written in small lettering "IN GOD WE TRUST", with TRUST written on its own separate line.
Slightly left of center is the Liberty Bell, complete with mount, clapper and the crack on the right hand side of the bell. Behind and above to the right is the moon, with a number of craters visible on its surface. To the right of the bell in small lettering is written "E PLURIBUS UNUM", each word to its own line. Around the top half of the coin is written "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and at the bottom is written "ONE DOLLAR". The two phrases are separated by a star on each side.