Sales for the Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold Coin began on May 5, 2011, and reached a total mintage of 3,906 for the Proof, and 2,905 for the Uncirculated. Due to fluctuations in the price of gold, the U.S. Mint implemented a new pricing policy in 2009 that would change the price of the coin based on the weekly performance of gold in the market. Initially priced at $916.00 for the Uncirculated and $929.00 for the Proof, the value has since increased in subsequent years. According to The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coins 2014, the Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold Coin is now valued at $1,000.00 for the Uncirculated, and $1,025.00 for the Proof. Taking a look at values for the graded versions of the coin reveal a higher yield (grading by companies such as NGC or PCGS ensure quality of coins). From the NGC price guide the highest graded Uncirculated Eliza Johnson First Spouse Coin (MS70) is valued at $1,240.00, and the highest graded Proof (PF70) is valued at $1,275.00. With the low mintage figure, and value of gold in today’s market, the coin shows lasting potential as a safe haven investment.
The Eliza Johnson First Spouse Gold Coin is rich in history, and intrinsic value. Like the other First Spouse Gold Coin in the program, the Eliza Johnson First Spouse coin is a representation of not only the U.S. Mint’s artist talent and achievement, but also of the brilliance of American coinage in general. If you’d like to learn more about how you can make this exceptional coin a part of your collection or investment, give the experts at Global Monetary Reserve a call at 877-795-9585 today! We also have an amazing E-commerce site that boasts one of the best selections on the web—Click Here to see for yourself!