First Spouse Gold Site Map

  • Release Schedule
    The release schedule for the First Spouse Gold Coin Series. Below is a list of scheduled and tentative release dates set by the United States Mint.
  • Image Gallery
    An image gallery for the First Spouse Gold Coin Program issued by the US Mint. Features images of uncirculated coins, proof coins, and mint packaging.
  • Mintages
    Mintage figures for all of the First Spouse Gold Coins that are no longer available for sale directly from the United States Mint. After several sell outs, mintage levels declined to the realm of rarities.

  • Store Pages
  • Martha Washington
    The 2007 Martha Washington Gold Coin was the first issue of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program to honor the First Ladies of the United States.
  • Abigail Adams
    The 2007 Abigail Adams Gold Coin was the second issue of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program to honor the First Ladies of the United States.
  • Thomas Jefferson's Liberty
    The 2007-W Thomas Jefferson's Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin was the third release of the series. Find information and coins for sale including high grade PCGS and NGC coins.
  • Dolley Madison
    The 2007 Dolley Madison First Spouse Gold Coin represented the fourth issue of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program to honor the First Ladies of the United States. It was also the final release of the year 2007.
  • Elizabeth Monroe
    The 2008 Elizabeth Monroe Gold Coin began the second year of the 24 karat gold series to honor the First Ladies of the United States. Some of the early excitement had faded, leading to reduced mintages.
  • Louisa Adams
    The 2008 Louisa Adams Gold Coin was the sixth issue of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program, which provided for the issuance of one-half ounce 24 karat gold coins for the First Ladies.
  • Andrew Jackson's Liberty
    The 2008 Andrew Jackson's Liberty Gold Coin was the seventh release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program. Rather than depicting a First Lady, this coin features an image of Liberty taken from a circulating coin.
  • Martin Van Buren's Liberty
    The 2008 Martin Van Buren's Liberty Gold Coin was the eighth release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program. Similar to the prior issue, a depiction of Liberty from a circulating coin is used since President Van Buren did not have a spouse while in office
  • Anna Harrison
    The 2009 Anna Harrison Gold Coin was the ninth release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program. She was the spouse of William Henry Harrison, who was president for only 30 days. Mrs. Harrison never actually entered the White House due to the short duration
  • Letitia Tyler
    The 2009 Letitia Tyler Gold Coin marked tenth release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program. She was the first wife of President James Tyler. She served as the First Lady from 1841 to 1842 until she passed away.
  • Julia Tyler
    The 2009 Julia Tyler Gold Coin represents a popular issue of the 24 karat gold series. A combination of factors led to low sales and a correspondingly low mintage.
  • Sarah Polk
    The 2009 Sarah Polk Gold Coin marked the fourth release for the year and the twelfth release for the series overall. She served as the First Lady from 1845 to 1849 as the wife of President James K. Polk.
  • Margaret Taylor
    The 2009 Margaret Taylor Gold Coin marked the fifth and final release for the year for the First Spouse Gold Coin series. It was the thirteenth release for the series overall.
  • Abigail Fillmore
    The 2010 Abigail Fillmore Gold Coin began the fourth year of release for the series created to honor the First Ladies of the United States. She served as First Lady from 1850-1853 during the Presidency of Millard Fillmore.
  • Jane Pierce
    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.
  • James Buchanan's Liberty
    The 2010 James Buchanan's Liberty Gold Coin features a classic depiction of Liberty since there was no spouse during the 15th Presidency. The design made this a popular issue for collectors seeking to assemble the Liberty Subset consisting of the four co
  • Mary Todd Lincoln
    The 2010 Mary Todd Lincoln Gold Coin honors one of the most recognized of the First Ladies of the United States. She served as First Lady from 1861 to 1865, during the Presidency of her husband Abraham Lincoln. Higher sales are expected for this release.
  • Eliza Johnson
    Beginning the fifth year of release for the series was the 2011 Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold Coin. She was the First Lady of our nation during the 17th Presidency. Her husband President Andrew Johnson was in office from 1865 to 1869.
  • Julia Grant
    The 2011 Julia Grant First Spouse Gold Coin honors the spouse of the 18th President of the United States of America. After gaining recognition as the commander of the Union Armies during the Civil War, Ulysses S. Grant served two terms from 1869 to 1877.
  • Lucy Hayes
    The 2011 Lucy Hayes First Spouse Gold Coin is issued to honor the wife of the 19th President, Rutherford B. Hayes. Although he lost the popular vote, he was elected by the Electoral College and served from 1877 to 1881.
  • Lucretia Garfield
    The 2011 Lucretia First Spouse Gold Coin was the last release of the year for the series honoring the First Ladies of the United States. She was the wife of President James Garfield, who served as President during 1881.
  • Alice Paul
    Under a specific provision of the authorizing legislation, the United States Mint was required to issue a coin to recognize Alice Paul and the Suffrage movement. This release takes place for the Presidential term of Chester Arthur.
  • Frances Cleveland (First Term)
    Since her husband had served as President during two nonconsecutive terms, Frances Cleveland is honored on two separate releases of the First Spouse Gold Coin series.
  • Caroline Harrison
    The 2012 Caroline Harrison First Spouse Gold Coin was issued to honor the spouse of the Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd President of the United States. The coins were released following a long delay due to production issues.
  • Frances Cleveland (Second Term)
    The final release of the program for the year was a second coin to honor First Lady Frances Cleveland. She makes an appearance on two different coins of the series since her husband had served in two non-consecutive terms as President.
  • Ida McKinley
    For another year, production problems led to the delayed release of the First Spouse Gold Coins. The first issue honoring Ida McKinley was not released until November 14, 2013.
  • Edith Roosevelt
    The second release of the program for the year 2013 honored Edith Roosevelt, the wife of President Theodore Roosevelt. The coins were made available for sale from November 21, 2013.
  • Helen Taft
    The third release of the program for the year featured Helen Taft, the wife of President William Howard Taft. The coins originally went on sale December 2, 2013.
  • Ellen Wilson
    The Ellen Wilson First Spouse Gold Coins went on sale at the United States Mint on December 9, 2013. She served as the First Lady of the United States from 1913 until her death in 1914.
  • Edith Wilson
    The final release of the year 2013 for the First Spouse Gold Coin Program honored Edith Wilson. She was the second wife of President Woodrow Wilson and the First Lady from 1915 to 1921.
  • Florence Harding
    The first release of the year 2014 for the First Spouse Gold Coin Program honored Florence Harding. She served as First Lady from 1921 to 1923 during the Presidential term of her husband Warren G. Harding.
  • Grace Coolidge
    The 2014 Grace Coolidge First Spouse Gold Coin represented the second release of the year for the 24 karat gold coin series honoring the spouses of the Presidents. The release date of July 17, 2014 closely followed the previous coin within the series.
  • Lou Hoover
    Lou Hoover had served as the First Lady of the United States from 1929 to 1933 during the Presidency of her husband Herbert Hoover. Under the First Spouse Gold Coin Program, a one-half ounce 24 karat gold coin was issued in her honor.
  • Eleanor Roosevelt
    The fourth and final release of the year 2014 for the First Spouse Gold Coin Program honored Eleanor Roosevelt. She had served as First Lady for the lengthy period from 1935 to 1945 during the Presidency of her husband Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • Bess Truman
    The Bess Truman First Spouse Gold Coin was the first release of the series for the year 2015. She served as First Lady from 1945 to 1953 during the Presidency of her husband Harry S. Truman.
  • Mamie Eisenhower
    The second release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program for the year 2015 honored Mamie Eisenhower. She was First Lady of the United States from 1953 to 1961 during the Presidency of her husband Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • Jacqueline Kennedy
    The Jacqueline Kennedy First Spouse Gold Coin was one of the most anticipated releases of the series. In addition to being renown, the United States Mint had issued a gold coin in the prior year featuring President John F. Kennedy. Extra demand for the co
  • Lady Bird Johnson
    The final release of the year 2015 for the First Spouse Gold Coin Program honored Lady Bird Johnson. She was the spouse of the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson.
  • Patricia Nixon
    The First Spouse Gold Coin entered its final year of release with the coin honoring Patricia Nixon, the wife of President Richard Nixon. This coin was released on February 18, 2016 and offered in proof and uncirculated versions
  • Betty Ford
    The Betty Ford First Spouse Gold Coin was the penultimate release of the long running program honoring the First Ladies of the United States of America. The coins officially went on sale March 25, 2016 and carried a maximum mintage of 10,000 pieces across
  • Nancy Reagan
    The final release of the First Spouse Gold Coin Program featured Nancy Reagan. She served as the First Lady during the Presidency of her husband Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1989. The coins went on sale July 1, 2016 and were available in proof and uncircula