Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by JeffC, Feb 27, 2021.
Be sure to give it a good rubdown when you put it in the stable.
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I bought mine on eBay.
This is currently the cheapest option (seller from Poland). Mine also came from abroad.
Franz Sigel riding not so high after Stone Wall Jackson kicked his butt. Note that the "hero" slogan has been effaced.
And the same idea with seven stars instead. This is very scarce to rare token.
MY BUY THIS YEAR VERY GOOD PRICE 2 FOR 110 DOLLARS
You haven't missed a thing . . . .
Yours is the only Pegasus so far.
I've got one! That's the first modern day commemorative. Now, that makes 2 which I have that I forgot to include in the original post. Wyoming State Quarter and 1982 Washington with the small head, on his horse.
Too bad you weren't looking for Flying Pigs and Monkeys . . . . . .
Don't forget about the Dragon . . . . . . .
Hahaha. But that doesn't count. Pegasus was still a horse. LOL. But - until now - only one post with a WOMAN on a horse. I guess there's not much around. Maybe a GODIVA Chocolate coin from the Belgium Mint in 2026 (to commemorate Godiva's 100th anniversary).
Well, I had to go back and grab some photos from the sellers of these. I haven't taken the time to photograph them myself, yet . . . . . .
Here is another woman on a horse - this one in silver.
Women on a Pegasus, both slightly different - one copper, one brass, one 2009, one 2010.
A couple of Saintly Knights?
How about an early American General?
There are a few folk on horseback in this one . . . . . .
What about a Dude on a Donkey . . . . ?
And then, there is mayhem and misfortune . . . . . .
Rev. with St. Martin riding r., cutting his cloak in half with his sword to give to beggar below
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