Oregon Trail Memorial Half Dollar 1926 MS 65 PCGS Unc SKU:I6237

Sale price$319.99

Year: 1926

Mint Location: Philadelphia

Composition: Silver

Fineness: 0.9

Grade: MS 65

Strike Type: Business


A genuine 1926 Oregon Trail Memorial Commemorative Silver Half Dollar Coin, graded and certified MS 65 by PCGS. Contains 90% Silver


This 90% silver half dollar is from the first commemorative issue produced by the Denver Mint. Bearing uniquely American designs, it was struck to honor the Oregon Trail and the brave pioneers who traveled it. James Earle Fraser - creator of the Buffalo nickel - designed the reverse. It shows Native American in full headdress, standing tall before a map of the United States. He faces east with left hand stretched out in greeting. In his right, he holds an unstrung bow. Laura Gardin Fraser (wife of James) designed the obverse. On it, a pioneer family drives their oxen and covered wagon towards the setting sun.



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