(1837-42) C. Bechtler Five Dollar, XF45
(1837-42) $5 C. Bechtler Five Dollar, 134G, With Star XF45 PCGS.
K-20, R.4. Don Kagin's variety 20 is the single most plentiful
Christopher Bechtler five dollar piece produced from 1831 to 1842.
The variety is attributed to the sixth coinage series of Bechtler
gold pieces and was probably coined circa 1839 or 1840. This light
yellow gold piece has one serious distraction, a scrape through the
numeral 5. Housed in a green label holder. Listed on page 365 of
the 2012 Guide Book. Population: 8 in 45, 43 finer (12/11). (NGC ID# 2B9T, PCGS# 10097)
Popular K-20 Variety
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