2013 $10 Edith Wilson First Spouse MS70 Description:
The First Spouse coins from the U.S. Mint have a face value of $10 and contain 1/2 oz of pure 24 karat gold, making the metal value alone worth quite a bit on the bullion market. Since very few of the coins have been certified in perfect MS70 condition by NGC, demand has been rising and they could prove to be the type of "sleeper coins" that expert investors seek out.
Edith Wilson was the first lady of the United States from 1915 to 1921. Mrs. Wilson played a large role after her husband President Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke in October 1919. She managed communications in the White House and decided what matters were important enough to take to her husband.
Obverse: Features Edith Wilson.
Reverse: Edith Wilson holding her husband’s hand, who is holding a cane, due to a prior stroke.