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2010-W 1/2 oz Gold Mary Todd Lincoln MS-70 NGC

2010-W 1/2 oz Gold Mary Todd Lincoln MS-70 NGC

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The U.S. Mint's First Spouse series features each of the First Ladies that have graced the White House. This issue, graded a perfect MS-70 by NGC, honors First Spouse Mary Todd Lincoln.


Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1/2 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the MS-70 condition.
  • Obverse: Features the bust of former First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln.
  • Reverse: Depicts the First Lady sewing a button on to her husband’s uniform jacket.
  • Produced by the U.S. Mint at West Point, N.Y.
  • Weight and purity guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.

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Raised in an affluent Southern family, Mary Todd had a voice of her own. She was highly educated and perfectly able to hold her own in any discussion. Up to this point, most First Ladies had hidden in the background, but not Mary Todd Lincoln.

Obviously, her husband's assassination troubled her deeply. She spent the years after Abraham's death in the role of martyr-widow. She moved to Europe in 1868, but returned to Chicago in 1871. She was committed to an insane asylum in 1875, but in true Mary Todd fashion, talked her way out. She died in 1882 in Springfield, Illinois.

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