First Spouse Gold Coins

Proof and Uncirculated 2011 Lucy Hayes First Spouse Gold CoinsThe United States Mint released the 2011 Lucy Hayes First Spouse Gold Coins on Thursday, September 1, at noon Eastern Time. The special collector coins are the twentieth in the 24-karat gold coin series that started five years ago in 2007.

The newest issues, honoring Lucy Hayes, are the third of four designs this year and are available for $1,054.00 for the proof strikes and $1,041.00 for the uncirculated strikes. Prices may rise or fall weekly depending on the direction of gold […]

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2011 Julia Grant First Spouse Gold CoinsThe United States Mint released the 2011 Julia Grant First Spouse Gold Coins on Thursday, June 23, at 12 PM Eastern Time. The 24-karat gold coins are the second of four issues in the First Spouse series for this year and the nineteenth since they were introduced in 2007.

Julia Grant was the country’s First Lady while her husband Ulysses S. Grant served as the eighteenth President of the United States between 1869 and 1877. The collector coins honoring her are struck from […]

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Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold CoinsThe United States Mint released the 2011 Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold Coins on Thursday, May 5, at 12 PM Eastern Time. The coins are this year’s debut issue in the First Spouse series and the eighteenth since they began in 2007.

Eliza Johnson was the country’s First Lady while her husband Andrew Johnson served as President of the United States between 1865 and 1869. The collector coins […]

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American Buffalo Gold CoinThe American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin and all First Spouse Gold Coins are poised for prices increases Wednesday, based on the United States Mint’s policy to adjust its numismatic gold products depending on the prevailing price of gold.

The threshold for the US Mint’s current gold coin pricing is based on a London gold Fix weekly average of between $1,300.00 and $1,349.99 an ounce […]

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Proof Buchanan's Liberty First Spouse Gold CoinThe United States Mint on Tuesday, Feb. 8, pulled the proof version of Buchanan’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin from its online store and moved it to the ‘No Longer Available’ area of its website.

The US Mint has a published maximum mintage of 15,000 across the proof and uncirculated 24-karat gold coins. The latest available First Spouse coin sales as of Sunday, Feb. 6, show 7,317 of the proof and 4,461 of the uncirculated were sold for a combined tally of 11,778 […]

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Proof Mary Todd Lincoln First Spouse Gold CoinThe United States Mint on Wednesday lowered several of its numismatic coin prices following a series of daily losses in precious metals.

The only coins affected in this round of price reductions were the Mint’s 24-karat American Buffalo Gold and First Spouse Gold Coins. That is because newer year numismatic issues are yet to be launched and all of last year’s proof Platinum and Gold Eagles have […]

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Lincoln First Spouse Gold CoinsThe United States Mint on Thursday, December 2, launched the new Mary Todd Lincoln First Spouse Gold Coins. The $10 denominated coins are struck from one-half ounce of 24 karat (.9999 fine) gold and are offered in collector proof and uncirculated conditions.

On the obverse (heads side) of the Mary Told Lincoln First Spouse Gold Coins is a portrait of her that was designed and sculpted by Phebe Hemphill. The reverse was designed by […]

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Taylor First Spouse Gold Proof CoinAfter one year of availability, the United States Mint will no longer offer Margaret Taylor First Spouse Gold Coins after 12:00 Noon ET on December 2, 2010 — the same time the new Mary Todd Lincoln gold coins become available.

The one-half ounce 24 karat First Spouse Gold Coins made the debut December 3, 2009. They were the last of […]

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Gold prices continue to surge forward with new records set nearly every day during the last two weeks. Now, the demand for the yellow metal will pull United States Mint collector gold coin prices higher, including those of the upcoming 2010 Proof Gold Eagles. Pricing for the U.S. Mint’s numismatic gold coins can change depending […]

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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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