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Random Year - US First Spouse 1/2 oz .9999 Fine Gold $10 Coin with Box and COA

Random Year - US First Spouse 1/2 oz .9999 Fine Gold $10 Coin with Box and COA

$1,247.49
This beautiful one-half ounce, 24-karat gold coin minted with a proof finish honors the legacy of First Spouse. The obverse (heads) design depicts a...... more info
1980 US Gold 1/2 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal - Marian Anderson - BU

1980 US Gold 1/2 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal - Marian Anderson - BU

$1,252.70
She is recognized as one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century, performing concerts and recitals in major music venues as well as...... more info
1981 US Gold 1/2 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal - Willa Cather - BU

1981 US Gold 1/2 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal - Willa Cather - BU

$1,265.36
This 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal was released in 1981 and was the fourth medal to be released in the Gold Commemorative Arts Medals series,...... more info
Random Year - US Gold 1 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal BU

Random Year - US Gold 1 oz American Arts Commemorative Medal BU

$2,505.39
This 1 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal was released from 1980-1984. Arts Medal Highlights: Contains 1 oz of Gold. Coins come in protective...... more info
2007 W 1/2 Ounce Proof Gold Martha Washington With Box & COA

2007 W 1/2 Ounce Proof Gold Martha Washington With Box & COA

$1,458.83
2007 W 1/2 Ounce Proof Gold Martha Washington With Box & COA.The obverse of Martha’s First Spouse Gold Coin was designed and sculpted by Joseph...... more info
US Mint First Spouse Gold Coins Program. The program is the first to feature women in a consecutive series of legal tender coins. The series of gold coins is authorized through the Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005, which was signed into law (Public Law 109-145) on Dec. 22, 2005 by President George Bush. It calls for the following coin specifications: A $10 denomination The same diameter as the $1 coins 0.5 ounces in weight .9999 fine pure gold (24 karat) And issued as counterparts and during the same period as the circulating Presidential $1 Coins There are two cases where a President has had more than one wife during service and two coins are issued, like John Tyler. Tyler’s first wife Letitia died during his second year in office. Tyler later married Julia while still President. Under the program, the US Mint issued both Letitia and Julia First Spouse Coins.