NGC 4462 (MCG -4-30-2, ESO 506 13, PGC 41150) is a 12.8 magnitude, nearly face-on spiral galaxy which subtends 3.2' x 1.1'. It lies some 70 million light years distant. This is a nice little spiral that lies way off the beaten path.
I observed NGC 4462 with my 18-inch Dob in March 2000. Here are my notes from that session:
This galaxy appeared as a long, thin streak with a bright, non-stellar core. It was visible, but not all that obvious at 82x.
This is the view of the field in a 8-inch at 65x. North is down and east is to the right.
This image from the DSS shows a 20' x 20' field around the galaxy. North is down and east is to the right.
Millennium Star Atlas Vol II Chart 869 Sky Atlas 2000 Chart 21 Uranometria 2000 Vol II Chart 328