Launched on December 3, 2009 by the United States Mint the initial price of the Uncirculated version of the coin was $741.00, and $754.00 for the Proof. The U.S. Mint changed its pricing policy to account for the market price of gold during the sale of the coin. While the price represented the market, by the end of the sale the price had risen to $841.00 for the Uncirculated version, and $854.00 for the Proof. Today the price for the coin has risen even more, and shows no signs of stopping in terms of its potential. As shown in The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coin: 2014, the Margaret Taylor First Spouse Gold Coin is valued at $1,250 for the Uncirculated, and $1,300 for the Proof. Adding value to coins is attributed to the grading process, which ensures the quality and condition of the coin. Companies like the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation have valued the highest quality Uncirculated coin (MS70) at $1,400.00, and the highest grade Proof (PF70) at $1,450.00 (as of 1/21/15).
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