Born in Kinderhook, New York in December of 1782, Martin Van Buren was raised in the quite Dutch enclave where he was exposed to political ideology at a young age. His family owned a popular tavern in town where politicians would stop as they traveled between Albany and New York City. The Reverse of the Van Buren’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin pictures a young Martin Van Buren, looking studious as he sits in the shade of a tree near the tavern his family owned. Designed by Thomas Cleveland, and Sculpted by Jim Licaretz, the design completely encapsulates the feeling behind Van Buren’s history.
Being a part of both the First Spouse program, as well as the Liberty Set, Van Buren’s Liberty is a perfect investment or addition to your collection. Its value lies not only with its intrinsic value (made of one-half ounce of 24-karat (.9999) Pure Gold) but also with the historic significance of not only its imagery but its place in the series. If you’d like to learn more, or acquire this beautiful coin for your collection or investment portfolio—contact the experts at 877-795-9585 at Global Monetary Reserve today and get everything you need to know! Visit our E-commerce site by Clicking Hereand make a purchase at the comfort of your home, or take a look our diverse inventory.