Prices are expected to be higher due to the increase in gold prices. The previous three First Spouse Gold Coins were sold for $410.95 and $429.95 for uncirculated and proof versions respectively.
According to an article in this week’s CoinWorld, the US Mint had still not yet determined pricing as of November 9 when the issue went to press.
The maximum combined release will be 40,000 coins, evenly divided between the uncirculated and proof versions of the coin. Customers will be limited to one of each version per household.
On November 19, the 1.3125 inch bronze medal bearing the images used on the Dolley Madison First Spouse coin will also go on sale. The price for the bronze medal is $3.50. The Dolley Madison medal is actually already available for sale by purchasing the full Four Medal Set.