2015 First Spouse $10 Gold: 1953-1961 Mamie Eisenhower


The 2015 First Spouse $10 Gold: 1953-1961 Mamie Eisenhower

Mamie Eisenhower was the wife of 34th President, Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower. The coin was issued in 2015.

Marie Geneva Doud was born on 14 November 1896 in Iowa. She married Dwight in 1916. At the time, Dwight was in the army and the young couple moved many times, all around the World. Mrs Eisenhower was always very supportive of her husband. She died 1 November 1979, aged 82.

The Obverse shows a portrait of Mamie Eisenhower. Designer: Richard Masters.

The Reverse shows a hand holding a campaign button with text "I Like Mamie". It shows Mrs Eisenhower's popularity as it is a play on the "I Like Ike" campaign. Designer: Barbara Fox.

Images from United States Mint.


Mintage: Not known
Minted at US Mint - West Point.
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General Description: First Spouse $10 Gold Coins
Following the same schedule as the Presidential $1 Coins, the First Spouse gold half-ounce $10 coins honour the first spouse of each President. Where the President does not have a spouse, then an image of Liberty from that time period is used on the Obverse. Images from the life of the Presidential term are used on the Reverse.

The program started in 2007. Each coin is ½oz of 0.999 gold and available as a bullion or as a Proof coin. They were minted at the West Point Mint.

  • Denomination: $10
  • Weight: ½ oz
  • Metal: .9999 Fine Gold
  • Diameter: 26.49 mm / 1.041 inches
  • Thickness: 1.88 mm / 0.074 inches
Which Mint: US Mint - West Point
Founded in 1792, The US Mint is the United State's sole manufacturer of legal tender coinage. This is the U.S. Mint West Point Facility, New York. Mintmark: W.
Country of Origin: United States of America
The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S.) or America, is a constitutional federal republic composed of 50 states. It's currency is the Dollar (USD $1) and that is equivalent to 100 cents.

The United States mints many famous coins in gold, silver and lesser metals. The USA has several Mints, such as Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point (NY) and Denver.
If you don't see a coin in the list below try the First Spouse $10 Gold Coins page on eBay UK

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2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse NGC PF69UC ER Blue Label
2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse NGC PF69UC ER Blue Label
£ 1,179.01
2020-W UNC $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse PCGS MS70 FS Flag Label
2020-W UNC $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse PCGS MS70 FS Flag Label
£ 1,382.42
2009-W US First Spouse Gold 1/2 oz BU $10 - Letitia Tyler PCGS MS70
2009-W US First Spouse Gold 1/2 oz BU $10 - Letitia Tyler PCGS MS70
£ 900.00
2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse PCGS PR69DCAM FS Flag Label
2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse PCGS PR69DCAM FS Flag Label
£ 1,179.01
REDUCED! 2007-W $10 PCGS PR69 Martha Washington First Spouse gold coin 1/2 OZ
REDUCED! 2007-W $10 PCGS PR69 Martha Washington First Spouse gold coin 1/2 OZ
£ 894.22
2014 W PCGS MS70 Eleanor Roosevelt Gold Spouse $10 Coin First Strike
2014 W PCGS MS70 Eleanor Roosevelt Gold Spouse $10 Coin First Strike
£ 1,493.04
2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse NGC PF70UC FDI 1st Label
2020-W Proof $10 Barbara Bush Gold First Spouse NGC PF70UC FDI 1st Label
£ 1,501.22
2015-W Lady Bird Johnson $10 NGC MS70 - First Spouse .999 Gold
2015-W Lady Bird Johnson $10 NGC MS70 - First Spouse .999 Gold
£ 950.00

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