Only a handful of President’s never had a First Lady stand beside them while they were in office. Andrew Jackson was the second: his wife had passed away shortly before he was inaugurated in March of 1829. When law passed to commemorate the President’s in the Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005, where First Spouses would also be honored with their own $10 Gold Coin series, a problem arose on who would stand in the First Ladies spot when there was not Presidential wife. Lady Liberty was decided upon to be their representation, and Andrew Jackson’s Liberty stands beautifully, depicted as she did when she was minted during Jackson’s time in office.
For anyone looking to start a small collection, or just capture a bit of history: the Jackson’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin would be a welcome addition. The stunning historical representation on the Obverse, as well as the dedication to the celebrated war hero, President Jackson or “Old Hickory”, on the Reverse shows value not only intrinsically but for its aesthetic beauty as well. To make this lovely Gold Coin a part of your investment portfolio or collection, call the experts at Global Monetary Reserve at 877-795-9585 today, or if would like to make an immediate purchase please visit our E-commerce site by Clicking Here!