2015 Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential $1 Coin Cover

Today, May 5, 2015 at 12:00 Noon ET, the United States Mint will begin accepting orders for the 2015 Dwight D. Eisenhower $1 Coin Cover. This will represent the thirty-fourth overall release within the ongoing American Presidency $1 Coin Cover series.


Each cover features two 2015 Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Dollars sourced from the first day of production at the Philadelphia and Denver Mint facilities, which occurred on December 18, 2014 and December 15, 2014, respectively. The coins are mounted on a display card and placed within an envelope containing an image of President Eisenhower and American flag imagery.

The envelope includes a Red, White, and Blue Forever stamp, which is post marked May 5, 2015, Denison Station, TX. This is the first day the product was made available to the public and the location of Eisenhower Birthplace State Historical Park.


The Dwight D. Eisenhower $1 Coin Cover is priced at $19.95 plus applicable shipping and handing. The maximum production limit is 15,000 units. This is the same limit used for the prior cover within the series.

The prior cover featuring Harry S. Truman went on sale February 26, 2015 and has reached sales of 12,205 from the 15,000 maximum.

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  1. Larry says

    @ Clark – another statement from the mints website. “For the first time, the U.S. Mint will issue both a reverse proof silver dime from Philadelphia and a proof silver dime from West Point. These coins are only available in this special silver coin set commemorating the 75th anniversary of the March of Dimes. The set also includes a 2015 March of Dimes Proof Silver Dollar”.
    Note that it specifically says the dimes are only in this set. The set also includes the dollar. No matter how you look at this statement, it does NOT say this is the only set to include the dimes and dollar, and thus giving the mint the opportunity somewhere down the line to make another set with the dimes. It explicitly says this is the one and only set set to contain the dimes.
    Now the mint can do whatever they want, but if they sell the dimes in any other way they are lying, plain and simple. I believe this will be the only way to get the dimes from the mint, and 75,000 is all they are going to make.
    I can’t remember a time when the mint made more than the specified limit. Can anyone else?

  2. Sith says

    I don’t see what all the argument is about. The mint will not make the dimes available in another set, nor will they go over the product limit. But if this is profitable they will come out with another set in a few years. If you want the dime you need to buy this set, if you are waiting for another venue you maybe waiting for a long time, and if you have to get it on the secondary market from I hear they are selling on E-bay for over $100.

    On a side note I figured this was the only way to get rid of the ugly MOD coin, but my wife seemed to actually like the design, so I got a pass on this purchase.

  3. cagcrisp says

    @Larry, “I can’t remember a time when the mint made more than the specified limit. Can anyone else?”

    How about Last Year? Unaudited figures for the Gold BHOF shows sales of 50,104

  4. jeff says

    They can and will do what ever they want mandate or not , words are meaningless I would not take the mints words as concrete.

  5. thePhelps says

    The 2005 Marine commemorative sold 100,000 more than was originally planned… there was an attempt to mint more of the Buffalo Dolalrs that failed …in2001.

    cag…that is splitting hairs… 104 over… in unaudited figures…

  6. vk says

    Got an email this morning with tracking that MOD set already shipped. Have not seen mint this efficient in shipping in all these years I have ordered. Less than 24 hours….shipped.

  7. Sith says

    @thePhelps – Those were commemorates, their is nothing to stop the mint from selling these coins next year in another set. I would not take the mints word at concrete but as this set is not sold out, at least not yet why would they introduce a second set? You can speculate all you want but “a bird in hand is worth two in the bush.”

  8. Mark Rex says

    “Mint’s new March of Dimes Special Silver Set moved out of the gate swiftly, scoring first-day sales of 52,540. That’s 70.1% of the maximum 75,000 sets sold within the first 12 hours of their release. An eventual sellout appears in the works.”

    Not my words, coinnews reports.

  9. thePhelps says

    If that is all they sold… the website needs some serious maintenance. It was not a good experience for many people yesterday – and this was not that high of a demand product as it appeared based on the process yesterday. Imagine what next years special releases will look like – with the high anticipation already building.

  10. EvilFlipper says

    The point is they are low mintage dimes I.e. Key dates. Some of the lowest mintage proof coins of the modern era. If you want them they have to be in this set. For fiendish flippers such as myself it seems a good risk. I keep two and flip 8. The profits pay for my sets. As far as Rosie’s go these are the lowest mintage of them all. Add in the 1% chance of an error and the low price and it’s for flippers. ..And collectors of Rosie’s. Will they make more in later years? Eh, probably not. I don’t see the dime series being a huge long term winner/money maker for the mint. These were for Commemerative MOD reasons and some of that money will go to the March of dimes.

  11. says

    There are those who say the good old days are long gone at the US Mint. I respectfully disagree. This is a Brand New Era in US Mint issues, and it began once the Mint procured the new press for the 5 Oz ATB silver issues. That new press afforded the Mint the chance to experiment with new, different finishes, and they have exceeded themselves. Not only are new artists around to conceptualize new designs, the new finishes are highly utilized by the mint. The reverse proofs are a shining example of the realized dreames of many who clamored for just such a release for years. The new finishes on the Hawaii ATB 5 Oz and the Generals coins are mesmerizing. The US Marshall coins are expertly crafted gems which also capitalize on new minting strike technology, design, and new press techniques. The Native American Code Talker coins will be seen again in design flourishes which will surely surface in coming Mint issues.
    This is a new Golden Age for US Mint issues, and it began with the 5 OZ Press, with incorporation of new finishes. Blast Proof, New Laser etching, new incuse, new brushing which is actually very old. All of these new finishes will become their own subset, and we are about to be treated to two of the rarest Roosevelt dimes- with new finishes. Happy days are indeed here again, and everything old does indeed become new again. Check your pennies and ATB Quarters. There are brush finishes just like in the 5 OZ ATB’s in the Homestead issues and 2015 P Cents. Just like in some 100 year old issues as well.

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