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Bechtler Mint Site Historic Park VisitNC

2018-6-28  Bechtler Mint Site Historic Park In 1832, Christopher Bechtler of Rutherfordton minted the country's first one dollar gold coin (17 years before the U.S. mint). During the mid-1800s, the Bechtler's minted more than $2.24 million in gold coins. Explore the original location of the Bechtler mint and mine

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NORTH CAROLINA GOLD TRAIL & BECHTLER

A couple of America's first Gold Rush facts: The first ever documented gold nugget was discovered at Reed Gold Mine in Cabarrus County near Charlotte, NC in 1799. The first $1 gold coin was minted by Christopher Bechtler in 1832 in Rutherfordton, NC. North Carolina led the country in gold production until the California Gold

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Bechtler Mint in Rutherfordton, NC Blue Ridge

The Bechtler Mint Site is the western anchor on North Carolina’s “golden crescent” that extends to the Reed Gold Mine east of Charlotte. Since Bechtler’s death in 1842, his land has passed through many hands, once selling to speculators for over $1 million and once selling at auction for less than $100.

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Bechtler Gold Rare Coin Investor

2012-9-4  The Bechtler mint cast dies for $2.50 and $5.00 pieces. The coins were noted for being 20 carats fine, or 2 carats below the US standard. Bechtler coinage of 1831

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The Bechtlers raregold

Colonel George Barnhardt a miner in Rowan County made a sketch in 1848 and called this gold mine the first in the United States. The first piece of gold found at this mine, was in the year 1799, by Conrad Reed a boy of about twelve years old the son of John Reed the proprietor. The discovery was made in an accidental manner.

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Christopher Bechtler Immigrant Entreprenuership

Confident that a rich gold mine lay beneath his land, Bechtler spent much time and money searching fruitlessly for it. Besides prospecting for gold on his farm, Bechtler bought five tracts of 640 acres in 1832 and 1833, and smaller tracts on other occasions, probably in the hope that gold

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Bechtler Mint NCpedia

2021-3-19  The senior Bechtler died in 1842, and family members continued to produce gold coins until the late 1840s. In addition to coins, the Bechtlers were known for their collar buttons, cuff links, clocks, watches, watch chains, necklaces, brooches, rings, and firearms. They also operated a gold mine nearby but little is known about its production.

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Bechtler Gold Coin CC TILLERY

Activities include live music, gold and gem panning contests, gold vendors and a display by the Reed Gold Mine, a Bechtler Gold Coin exhibit and Bechtler Museum House exhibit, along with artisans and food vendors selling their wares. And for country music

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Bechtler Gold Mine