The 23rd Gold Coin in the First Spouse series is the first of Frances Cleveland’s First Spouse Gold Coins: her husband served two non consecutive terms in office, and each is represented in the program. On the Reverse of the Frances Cleveland First Spouse Gold Coin (First Term) the popular First Lady can be seen greeting the working class women she held specially scheduled receptions for; working-class women could attend the receptions during the week. She was wildly popular during her time as First Lady, so much so that Cleveland feared for her safety when out in public. Extremely understanding, she hosted Saturday receptions for working women who couldn’t make it to the receptions hosted during the work week. Some White House staff were even surprised to see “common” shop girls, government clerks, maids and other service industry workers lined up in the regal East Room, shaking hands and having a personal word with the popular First Lady.
Frances Cleveland is one of the most unique First Ladies to be honored in the First Spouse Gold Coin program issued by the U.S. Mint. Young, beautiful, and affluent, she used her time in the White House to spread her good charms and help her husband’s political ambitions. A gem to the American People, Lady Cleveland was a truly popular figure during the turn of the 20th century. To learn more about how you can add this fascinating bit of history to your collection call the experts at Global Monetary Reserve at 877-795-9585 today, or if you would like to take a look at our diverse inventory visit or E-commerce website by Clicking Here.