Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coin
The 2010 Jane Pierce Gold Coin represented the fifteenth release of the one-half ounce 24 karat gold coin series created to honor the First Ladies. Jane Pierce was the First Lady from 1853-1857 during the Presidency of her husband Franklin Pierce.
The obverse of the coin, designed by Donna Weaver and sculpted by Don Everhart, features a portrait of the First Lady. On the reverse is an image of her seated in the visitor's gallery of the U.S. Capitol Building, as designed by Donna Weaver and sculpted by Charles Vickers. From this vantage point, she was known for listening to the Senate debates on slavery.
The United States Mint issued the Jane Pierce Gold Coins on June 3, 2010, with sales expected to extend for one year. The issue sold out earlier than anticipated with final sales of 3,333 uncirculated coins and 4,843 proofs.
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