|There are two major varieties of the 1976 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollars. Among other minor differences, the Type 1 variety has much thicker lettering on the reverse than the more common Type 2 variety. This 1976-D Type 2 Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar has been graded MS64 by PCGS. Although this coin is the more common of the bicentennial dollar varieties, the colorful toning on this coin is not common. The toning is mostly a golden color but there is a more vibrant blue color that is concentrated around the rims on both sides. In hand, this piece is not quite as dark as the photos show; unfortunately the photos seem to hide some of the color of the coin. There are some light marks and hits on both sides of the coin as the relatively low mint state grade would suggest, but nothing too distracting, especially since the attractive toning is what draws your eye on this one.