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2007 Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin

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  • Title: 2007 Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin
  • Purity: .9999
  • Metal: Gold
  • Weight: 1/2 oz

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The Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin is the first in the historically significant First Spouse Gold Coin program released by the United States Mint on June 17, 2007. This 24-karat one-half ounce, .9999 Fine Gold Coin is a solid investment, and shows nothing but promise in terms of its future value.

Over 288 years since her husband's historic Presidency, Martha Washington is again paving the way for woman, by being the first to be featured in the First Spouse Gold Coin Program. The program is a part of the The Presidential $1 Coins Act of 2005 (Public Law 109 145), which specifies the denomination ($10), the diameter (the same as the President $1 Coins), and that it be issued during the same time as the counterpart (the Presidential $1 associated with the First Lady).

A great beginning to any collector's portfolio, the Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Coin is an exceptional work of art, and design. The 2007 Gold Coin features Martha Washington on the Obverse, pictured in a homely bonnet and scarf, and is dated '1789-1797' (a representative of her husband's time in office). On the Reverse, she is shown sewing a button onto her husband's military coat. Lady Washington accompanied her husband during the winter's, offering support and care to the poorly equipped Continental Army. Inscribed on the reverse: 'FIRST LADY OF THE CONTINENTAL ARMY.'

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