1926-S Oregon Trail Memorial Silver Commemorative Half Dollar

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Here's your chance to own one of the most beautiful silver U.S. coins ever struck – the 1926-S Oregon Trail Memorial commemorative half dollar – in lustrous Choice Uncirculated condition! Designed by the famous husband-and-wife team of James Earle Fraser and Laura Gardin Fraser, this classic commemorative honors the 2,100-mile Oregon Trail and the more than 400,000 pioneers who followed it between 1841 and 1849 to settle the West.

  • 90% silver issue
  • Choice Uncirculated MS63
  • Obverse by James Earle Fraser depicts family in Conestoga covered wagon heading west towards the setting sun
  • Reverse by Laura Gardin Fraser shows Native American chief with blanket and unstrung bow and arm outstretched in warning or greeting, with map of the United States and Oregon Trail in background
  • Designers' initials appear at right behind wagon
  • Considered one of the most beautiful silver U.S. coins
  • Photo shows actual coin you will receive

This classic commemorative was minted a total of eight years between 1926 and 1939. Struck by the prestigious San Francisco Mint during its first year of issue, this stunning coin makes a striking addition to any collection. It's sure to go quickly, so order today before it's gone!