1846 LIBERTY SEATED H10C PR66
FABULOUS GEM. ONLY 20 STRUCK. BELIEVED TO BE THE SECOND FINEST KNOWN. ONLY ONE WITH A CAC STICKER. CAC.
1846 witnessed an event called the Battle of the Bulls, where a Mormon Battalion near Tombstone, Arizona, was stampeded by wild cattle. In the “attack” three men were wounded and twelve bulls were killed. This 1846 half dime recalls an event that injured future governor of California, George Stoneman.