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    Scarce (1834-37) C. Bechtler Five Dollar, 140G. 20C. MS61

    (1834-37) $5 C. Bechtler Five Dollar, 140G. 20C. MS61 PCGS. K-17, R.5. Plain edge. The upper right portion of the obverse and the lower right area on the reverse are weakly struck, most noticeably on ATRUT, while the remainder of the devices are boldly impressed. The fields display typical semi-prooflikeness. Both sides display pleasing lime-green coloration along with minor blemishes and pinscratches. Only eight examples of this variety have been graded in Mint State by the major services: five by NGC and just three by PCGS. Listed on page 350 of the 2008 Guide Book. Population: 2 in 61, 1 finer (6/07).
    From The Stephen L. Schechter Collection of Bechtler Territorial Gold. (NGC ID# 2B9R, PCGS# 10112)


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