4 edition of Commemorative coin--Oregon trail. found in the catalog.
Commemorative coin--Oregon trail.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency
|LC Classifications||CJ1840.O7 A5 1926c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 10 p.|
|Number of Pages||10|
|LC Control Number||43020882|
Commemorative issue. Oregon Trail Memorial. Obverse. A covered wagon drawn by two oxen moving west, towards the setting sun. Lettering: IN GOD WE TRUST OREGON TRAIL MEMORIAL Engravers: James E., Laura Reverse. Full figure of a Native American in headdress. We are pleased to offer for sale this Oregon Trail Memorial Silver Commemorative Half Dollar () in XF or Better Oregon Trail Memorial Half Dollar was designed by James and Laura Fraser and was struck in commemoration of the Oregon Trail and in memory of the pioneers who traveled it. The obverse of the Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar features a Conestoga wagon.
Oregon Trail Memorial Assn. Medal Pony Express Relay Station. Listing Type: This item is For Sale - Buy It Now Quantity: 1 available for sale Buy It Now For: $ Buy and Sell on USA Coin Book. Open a free Account Sign In Sell Coins: List coins for sale Recently sold items on USA Coin Book Top Coin Dealers and Sellers. For your consideration a Beautiful Oregon National Historic Trail Sesquicentennial Official Commemorative, 1 oz fine silver round. The coin comes sealed in the (COA) folder, is in mint condition and the size of an old silver dollar.
US Commemorative Coins. The U.S. government issues commemorative coins to honor a person, event, or place. Collectors separate the coins issued before from those issued after as there were no commemorative coins issued in the intervening years. If you are thinking of starting a commemorative coin collection, then you have many. Pony Express Diamond Jubilee Commemorative Medallion. BU This Diamond Jubilee commemorative medallion of the Pony Express was issued by the Oregon Trail Memorial Association and was struck by Whitehead & Hoag and it is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
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The Oregon Trail Memorial half dollar was the commemorative coin struck for the longest period. According to R.S. Yeoman 's deluxe edition of A Guide Book of United States Coins, the cheapest Oregon Trail coins are the and S at $ in Almost Uncirculated.
Silver Half Dollar "Oregon Trail Memorial" (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA HALF DOLLAR IN GOD WE TRUST OREGON TRAIL MEMORIAL) KM# coin and its complete list of years and varieties with prices and values.
Photos, metal, purity Commemorative coin--Oregon trail. book weight included. The Oregon Trail Commemorative coins display a Conestoga wagon on the obverse.
On the wagon, there are a woman and child (more than likely a mother and her child). Walking and leading the crew is probably the father of the family who is guiding the oxen through the Oregon Trail in a quest to what they hope will be prosperous new lands. Certified Commemorative Half Dollar Oregon S MS64 PCGS: Available $ $ $ US Commemorative Oregon Trail Half Dollar P UNC: Available $ $ $ US Commemorative Oregon Trail Half Dollar S AU: Available $ $ $ US Commemorative Oregon Trail Half Dollar P UNC: Available.
Oregon Trail Half Dollars are viewed as a high point in American numismatic art, but also as a low point in numismatic promotion. VIEW MORE Coins Added from Mrs. Fraser had designed several commemorative coins, notably the Grant half dollar and dollar, and her husband, who is credited with the obverse design of the Oregon Trail half, is remembered for creating one of the most memorable of all coin designs, the Buffalo nickel.
This makes The Oregon Trail a rare and effective work of history—the trail stories of the Buck brothers bring humor and drama, and the pioneer biographies supply a context that makes every other aspect of the book snap into sharp relief.
Thus, the Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar was born—along with the beginning of a speculator rush for limited edition coins.
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The Oregon Trail Memorial Half Dollar was first released in to commemorate those who had traveled west on the trail during the mid s. It was later minted again in , fromand finally from The issue of this coin was the first commemorative coin struck at the Denver Mint.
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USA Coin Book Item ID Number: Buy and Sell on USA Coin Book. The Oregon Trail Commemoratives - The Oregon Trail Commemorative coins were produced for several years with the same design, with the exception of. Best Silver Coins and Bars available from APMEX.
S Oregon Trail Memorial Half Dollar Commem AU is a great Value of Silver. Gold and Silver investments you hold. Find Gold Silver Prices on great Silver Bullion products. Fast & Free shipping. Thus, the Oregon Trail Commemorative Half Dollar was born—along with the beginning of a speculator rush for limited edition coins.
The design was completed by the famed husband and wife team of James Earle and Laura Gardin Fraser. Mrs. Fraser had designed several commemorative coins, notably the Grant half dollar and dollar, and her.
The Oregon Trail "Commemorative Copy" 1 Troy Oz Fine Silver Coin is GOLD Plated Side One: Map of United States of America with the Indian Half Dollar Marking Commemorative Copy, One Troy Ounce Fine Silver around the edge Side Two: Covered Wagon Oregon Trail Memorial In God We Trust The Oregon Trail, around the edge.
The Oregon Trail Memorial Association, Inc. had petitioned Congress to release a commemorative half dollar to honor the pioneers of the Oregon Trail, the major wagon route to the West Coast up to the s.
President of this corporation was Ezra Meeker, an Ohio born pioneer who had traveled to Oregon on the trail with his young family in The Oregon Trail Memorial Association was the sponsor of the Pony Express Diamond Jubilee. The Jubilee ran from 3 April to 24 October and featured a "re-ride" of the original Pony Express trail in August.
The original mile trail had its eastern terminus in St. Joseph, Missouri and its western terminus in Sacramento, California. Get this from a library. Commemorative coin--Oregon trail Hearings Sixty-ninth Congress, first session.
[United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking and Currency.]. The Oregon Trail commemorative silver half dollar has an iconic design that has made it one of the most popular of all silver commemorative types.
The. One S Oregon Trail Memorial Commemorative Half Dollar Coin PCGS MS PCGS Graded. Books. Art Deco. S Oregon Trail Memorial Commemorative Half Dollar.
Texas Commemorative Half Dollar Coin PCGS MS 23 Hours Left. $1. Albany New York Commemorative Half Dollar Coin.Description Struck at the Philadelphia Mint, this silver half dollar was issued in commemoration of the famous 2,mile highway, the Oregon Trail, and in memory of the pioneers.
This historic coin was designed by James Earle Fraser and his wife, Laura Gardin Fraser. Mintage: 47,Oregon Trail Commemorative Coin Legislation. PUBLIC—NO. —69TH CONGRESS H.R. An Act To authorize the coinage of silver cent pieces in commemoration of the heroism of the fathers and mothers who traversed the Oregon Trail to the Far West with great hardship, daring, and loss of life, which not only resulted in adding.