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1985 South Africa.
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The obverse of the 1925 Stone Mountain commemorative half dollar features General Robert E. Lee and General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson of the Confederate Army. Each is shown on horseback: Lee is the forward of the two figures and is captured in a side profile; Jackson is depicted in the rear turned to face Lee (i.e., forward). Each General is presented riding his favorite horse - Lee riding Traveler and Jackson upon Little Sorrel.

Here's an image of General Lee on Traveler:

(Image Credit: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division. http://www.loc.gov/pictures/ 1861-65. Public Domain.

Here's an image of Little Sorrel, taken after the Civil War and after he was donated to the Virginia Military Institute (VMI).

(Image Credit: VMI Archives Digital Collection, https://vmi.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/ 1890. Public Domain.


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Does a depiction of Pegasus count?

Bronze, Corinth, 4th century BC. Quite small at only about 12 mm across.



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