Between 1841 and 1869, over 400,000 people crossed the Oregon Trail to settle in the West. The journey took about 6 months by wagon, covering over 2,100 miles. Now, you can own the 90% silver Oregon Trail commemorative, honoring those brave pioneers. Issued in 1926, 1928, and 1933-39, these lustrous Mint State half dollars feature one of America's most beautiful designs.
This coin shows a Conestoga wagon heading westward toward the setting sun, and a Native American, his arm outstretched as if to say "stop". Behind the warrior is a map of the United States with the Oregon Trail. And because these historic commemorative coins are in high condition, you'll enjoy all of the lustrous original designs. Don't wait though, we've only one of each available!
- Material: Silver
- Mint: San Francisco
- Product Type: Single Products
- Commemorative Series: Oregon Trail Memorial (1926-1939)
- Year: 1938