|There are two major varieties of the 1976 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollars. Among other minor difference, the Type 1 variety has much thicker lettering on the reverse than the more common Type 2 variety. This 1976-D Type 1 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar has been graded MS66 by PCGS. This is an untoned and very lustrous example. The luster cartwheels around both sides of the coin very strongly when rotated under a light. The obverse shows a few small marks, but nothing significant. The reverse also has a few light marks and a couple of light scratches of note, including a couple that extend off the right side and lower part of the Liberty Bell. A TrueView photo was taken by PCGS which captures the beauty of this coin in the best light. A total of fourteen (14) examples have been graded higher at PCGS; eight (8) coins grading MS66+ and six (6) coins grading MS67, and any of those pieces grading higher would be priced significantly higher than the present specimen. A very nice example of the Type 1 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar.