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First Spouse Proof Coins

The First Spouse coins from the U.S. Mint have a face value of $10 and contain 1/2oz of pure 24 karat gold, making the metal value alone worth quite a bit on the bullion market. Since very few of the coins have been certified in perfect PF70 condition by NGC, demand has been rising and they could prove to be the type of “sleeper coins” that expert investors seek out.

“Sleeper coins” hit the market with a relatively low premium, but then surge in value over a 5 to 10 year time frame once the supply dries up. Depending on the supply of coins in the market and investor demand, it might not even take that long.

This rising premium represents the true potential of the coin. Once the supply of these coins disappears from the market, it is expected that the premium will soar – and that’s when the owner really sees the profits jump.

2014 First Spouse Gold Coins

2014 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Lou Hoover

TBD

169

2nd

Eleanor Roosevelt

TBD

169

3rd

Grace Coolidge

TBD

194

5th

Florence Harding

TBD

214

7th

2013 First Spouse Gold Coins

2013 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Ida McKinley

TBD

50

1st

Edith Roosevelt

TBD

276

14th

Ellen Wilson

TBD

194

4th

Helen Taft

TBD

206

6th

Edith Wilson

TBD

219

8th

2012 First Spouse Gold Coins

2012 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Alice Paul

3,505

307

15th

Frances Cleveland Term 1

3,158

229

9th

Caroline Harrison

3,046

272

12th

Frances Cleveland Term 2

3,104

241

10th

2011 First Spouse Gold Coins

2011 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Lucretia Garfield

3,653

264

11th

Lucy Hayes

3,868

273

13th

Julia Grant

3,943

336

16th

Eliza Johnson

3,887

423

17th

2010 First Spouse Coins

2010 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Jane Pierce

4,843

513

20th

Abigail Fillmore

6,130

664

26th

Mary Lincoln

6,904

735

27th

Buchanan's Liberty

7,304

927

30th

2009 First Spouse Gold Coins

2009 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Julia Tyler

3,878

482

18th

Letitia Tyler

4,341

513

19th

Anna Harrison

5,801

549

21st

Margaret Taylor

4,787

582

23rd

Sarah Polk

3,512

592

24th

2008 First Spouse Gold Coins

2008 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Louisa Adams

7,454

581

22nd

Elizabeth Monroe

7,933

637

25th

Jackson's Liberty

7,454

741

28th

Van Buren's Liberty

6,187

782

29th

2007 First Spouse Gold Coins

2007 Proof 70 Coins

Coin

Mintage

Population

Rarity

Dolley Madison

17,661

1,205

31st

Jefferson's Liberty

19,815

2,015

32nd

Abigail Adams

17,149

2,867

33rd

Martha Washington

19,169

3,358

34th

 

 

 

Source: Figures provided by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). "Population" indicates the maximum possible population of perfect condition Proof 70 coins for the year given. Mintage figures relate to the maximum amount produced, as in, when the coin is pronounced 'sold out' and no further coins are minted. (NGC, February 2015).

First Spouse coins are golden counterparts of the Presidential Dollar series and each spouse coin is released by the Mint on the same schedule as the President Dollars. In cases where the President had no spouse, a coin with a figure emblematic of Liberty appears. There are two cases where a President has had more than one wife during service and two coins are issued.

Certified coins in perfect PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

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