First Spouse Gold Coins Image Gallery


Below is an image gallery of the First Spouse Gold Coins which have been released to date. The gallery includes images of the obverse and reverse of each coin, as well as uncirculated and proof versions of each. Coin images are from the US Mint.

Martha Washington

Obverse: A portrait of Martha Washington.
Reverse: T
he design features Martha Washington sewing a button on her husband’s uniform jacket

 
Martha Washington Uncirculated


Abigail Adams

Obverse: A portrait of Abigail Adams.
Reverse:
Features Abigail Adams writing the famous words “Remember the Ladies” to her husband when he was serving in the Second Continental Congress.

Abigail Adams


Thomas Jefferson's Liberty

Obverse: Features a reproduction of the Draped Bust Half Cent obverse minted in the early 1800’s.
Reverse: Features President Jefferson’s grave marker at Monticello with the epitah he requested to reflect his most significant accomplishments

Thomas Jefferson's Liberty


Dolley Madison

Obverse: A portrait of Dolley Madison
Reverse: Features Dolley Madison saving the White House cabinet papers and a Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington from oncoming British troops.

Dolley Madison


Elizabeth Monroe

Obverse: A portrait of Elizabeth Monroe
Reverse: Features Elizabeth Monroe in 1818 at the reopening of the White House following the rebuilding after being burnt by the British Army.

Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Coin


Louisa Adams

Obverse: A portrait of Louisa Adams
Reverse: Features Louisa Adams and her 8 year old son Charles in a journey across Europe to join her husband in Paris

Louisa Adams First Spouse Coin


Andrew Jackson's Liberty

Obverse: Features a reproduction of the design from the Capped Bust Half Dollars with Lettered Edge issued from 1807-1836.
Reverse: Features Andrew Jackson, remembered "Old Hickory" the war hero who led American Troops against the British at the Battle of New Orleans.

Andrew Jackson's Liberty First Spouse Coin


Martin Van Buren's Liberty

Obverse: Features a reproduction of the Liberty Seated Dime issued from 1837-1891.
Reverse: Features a young Martin Van Buren learning about political ideology.

Martin Van Buren's Liberty



Anna Harrison

Obverse: portrait of Anna Harrison
Reverse: Anna Harrison sharing her passion for education with children

Anna Harrison

Letitia Tyler

Obverse: portrait of Letitia Tyler
Reverse: Letitia Tyler and children on Cedar Grove Plantation

Letitia Tyler


Julia Tyler

Obverse: portrait of Julia Tyler
Reverse: Julia Tyler dancing with husband President James Tyler at a White House Ball.

Julia Tyler


Sarah Polk

Obverse: portrait of Sarah Polk
Reverse: Sarah Polk serving in her capacity as the private secretary of her husband President James K. Polk

Sarah Polk


Margaret Taylor

Obverse: portrait of Margaret Taylor
Reverse: Margaret Taylor nursing a wounded soldier during the Seminole War.

Margaret Taylor


Abigail Fillmore

Obverse: portrait of Abigail Fillmore
Reverse: First Lady placing books on a shelf in the White House Library that she established.

Abigail Fillmore


Jane Pierce

Obverse: portrait of Jane Pierce
Reverse: The First Lady seated in the visitor's gallery of the U.S. Capitol Building, where she is known to have sat to listen to the debates on slavery.

Jane Pierce


James Buchanan's Liberty

Obverse: portrait of Liberty
Reverse: The classic coin design by Christian Gobrecht used for the Liberty $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle.

James Buchanan's Liberty


Mary Todd Lincoln

Obverse: portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln
Reverse: Mary Todd Lincoln bringing books and flowers to wounded Union soldiers.

Mary Todd Lincoln


Eliza Johnson

Obverse: portrait of Eliza Johnson
Reverse: Three children dancing and a fiddler playing at a children's ball organized by the First Lady for her husband's 60th birthday.

Eliza Johnson


Julia Grant

Obverse: portrait of Julia Grant
Reverse: Julia Dent and Ulysses S. Grant on horseback at the family plantation White Haven.

Julia Grant


Lucy Hayes

Obverse: portrait of Lucy Hayes
Reverse: Lucy Hayes participating in the first Easter egg roll held on the grounds of the White House.

Lucy Hayes

Coin Packaging

The coins are packaged in a snap shut, domed, highly polished lacquered hardwood presentation case. The case is housed in a hard cardboard gold mint box with outer sleeve. Coins are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the Director of the US Mint.

First Spouse Gold Packaging
Outer sleeve and closed hardwood presentation case


First Spouse Gold Packaging
Open hardwood presentation case and certificate of authenticity