David Hall: After the sales and distribution problems with the 1926, 1926-S, and 1928 Oregon Trails, the 1933-D had a much smaller mintage. The original distributed mintage was 5,008 coins, though at $2.00 they were sold for the double the original issue price of the three earlier issues.
The 1933-D Oregon is 5th rarest overall of the 14 Oregon issues. But the 1933-D Oregon is not exactly a rare coin. Like the other Oregons, the 1933-D is usually found in MS63 to MS66 condition. Luster is usually white and frosty.
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