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Arts, Culture and Social Events, Part 2
Mrs. Laura Bush and U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy hold up the Dolley Madison Gold Coin Monday, Nov. 19, 2007, in the East Room. "Today, we're paying tribute to an amazing First Lady, and an extraordinary woman, with the Dolley Madison Gold Coin," said Mrs. Bush. "Over the last year, since the U.S. Mint launched the First Ladies series, these coins have been extremely popular: The likenesses of Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, and Jefferson's Lady Liberty sold out within hours of their release. Their appeal reflects the enthusiasm of America's coin collectors, the public's fascination with American history, and Americans' interest in our remarkable First Ladies."

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