First Spouse Gold Coins and Medals

The $10 gold coin and medal series which honors the spouses of former United States Presidents will last between 2007 and 2016. The coins are composed of one-half troy ounces of gold, which is 99.99% fine, and released at a rate of at least four each year. Below are recent articles published on CoinNews.net about new issues, sales figures and sell outs. For an overview of the United States Mint’s program, also check out the CoinNews.net section First Spouse Gold Coins. Also, check out the sales figures page for recent sales totals, mintages, coin prices and issue dates.

U.S. gold prices hit all-time record highs above $1,270 an ounce on Tuesday, surging over $24 to register the largest single day increase in four months. Gold’s gain continues an uptrend which started on Monday, and should solidify prices increases for United States Mint numismatic gold coin prices on Wednesday. First Spouse Gold Coin prices […]

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The United States Mint today at noon ET placed Buchanan’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coins on sale.

Buchanan's Liberty First Spouse Gold Coins

The coin prices can go up or down weekly depending on the prevailing cost of gold, but the proof version opened with a price of $779 and the uncirculated option was listed for $766.

James Buchanan was the only American President never to marry. However, the law authorizing the gold series still mandates the production of First Spouse Gold Coins as companions to the Buchanan Presidential Dollars.

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The United States Mint will begin selling 2010 Buchanan’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coins on Thursday at noon Eastern Time. If the US Mint follows practice, its oldest First Spouse Gold Coin will go off sale before it launches Buchanan’s Liberty, which means Thursday morning is likely the last opportunity to purchase Sarah Polk First […]

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The series of design proposals for the 2011 First Spouse Gold Coins have been created and presented to various officials and review bodies, including the Commission of Fine Arts or CFA.

2011 First Spouse Gold Coin Obverse Designs Recommended by CFA

The one-half ounce, 24 karat gold coins that debuted in 2007 continue into 2011 by honoring the spouses of the 17th through 20th Presidents of the United States — Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes and James A. Garfield.

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Prices were cut late Wednesday afternoon for First Spouse Gold Coins and American Buffalo Proof Coins to better match the recent gold decline. According to the U.S. Mint’s gold pricing criteria, if the London Fix weekly gold average between Thursday AM and Wednesday AM moves out of the current range and the Wednesday PM price […]

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The United States Mint on Thursday released the Franklin and Jane Pierce Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Metal Set for a price of $11.95. The combination marks the second release in 2010 and the fifteenth since the Presidential Dollar and First Spouse Coin programs began in 2007. As described in the product name, the […]

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The United States Mint launched the Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coins on Thursday, June 3, at 12 Noon (Eastern). These 24-karat gold coins are struck to honor the former First Lady who was married to the fourteenth President of the United States Franklin Pierce. Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coins (Proof and Uncirculated) – Click to […]

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First Spouse Gold Coins are poised for $25 price cuts Wednesday to better match recent gold losses. Although London gold prices have already increased by $18.50 this week, they plummeted $56.75 last week and are easily within a weekly $1,150.00 – $1,199.99 average that triggers a reduction in US Mint collector gold coin prices. Each […]

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Market indicators appear strong that the United States Mint will raise First Spouse Gold Coin prices Wednesday morning and for a second straight week. Last week the US Mint pushed prices higher when the London gold fix average topped $1,150 an ounce. If the AM fix on Wednesday is set above $1218.60 an ounce, the […]

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The United States Mint will increase the price of First Spouse Gold Coins to better align them with the sustained and recent jump in gold prices. The US Mint typically adjusts coin prices, if needed, before noon ET on Wednesday. Last week prices remained unchanged, but only because the London Fix weekly gold average fell […]

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