This is not a real Continental Dollar. The genuine article would run at least $40 - $50,000 and more - much, much more for high grade pieces.
This collectible restrike is now sitting in my safe deposit box.
But it is a restrike of a fake! The dies used were made in the 1870's, not 1776. See Page 3 of
Fascinating degrees of reality, isn't it? Yet people collect these fakes and pay good money for them. This coin is not something that you'd find in a dealer's junk box - I paid $175.00 for it in 2014.
By the way, Jeff Shevlin is a collector, researcher and author who specializes in "So Called Dollars" (see link earlier). I liked that this particular coin came from his collection.
See also Continental dollar struck in Europe?