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Charlotte $1




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110883A Bechtler G$1 27gr 21c MS61$ 7,750.00
1842-1852 Gold A.Bechtler $1 dollar PCGS CERTIFIED BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE & CAC CERTIFICATION. The Bechtlers (1831-1852). A skilled German metallurgist, Christopher Bechtler, assisted by his son August and his nephew, also named Christopher, operated a private mint in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Rutherford County and other areas in the Piedmont region of North Carolina and Georgia were the principal sources of the nation s gold supply from 1790 until the California gold strikes in 1848. Bechtler coins were well accepted by the public and circulated widely in the Southeast. BRILLIANT SURFACE LUSTER, WELL STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ORIGINAL SURFACE COLORATION.
 
126112GOLD 1851 C $1 AU53 PCGS$ 2,150.00
GOLD CHARLOTTE ONE DOLLAR. MINTAGE: 41,267. The type 1 Charlotte gold dollars were struck from 1849-1853. A total of 80,816 were produced and of these 51.06% were this date. THE MOST COMMON OF THE TYPE 1 CHARLOTTE GOLD DOLLARS. FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS AND NO WEAKNESS ON EITHER SIDE. STRONG BORDERS AND STRONG LETTERING. SOME MINT MADE STIRATIONS. LOTS OF BRILLIANT MINT LUSTER. DEEP ORANGE-GOLD COLORATION. OUTSTANDING EYE APPEAL. ONLY 750-1000+ TOTAL KNOWN. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 75 IN MINT STATE WHICH WHO INCLUDE REGRADES.
 
131238GOLD 1857 C $1 XF45 PCGS$ 2,375.00
CHARLOTTE MINT INDIAN PRINCESS HEAD, LARGE HEAD. ONLY 13,280 MINTED. MUCH RARER AND HARDER TO LOCATE THAN MOST REALIZE! A REAL BEAUTY. NICE COLORATION ON SURFACES. The planchets used were attrocious as was the quality of minting. Most look terrible. The type two gold dollar was a failure