1962 Bronze restrike of the 1776 Continental Dollar using transfers of the Dickinson dies, by Robert Bashlow. This coin is a replica of the famous and extremely rare 1776 American Continental Dollar. The interesting thing to note about this particular replica is that it was created prior to the 1974 Hobby Act. That act states that all copies and replicas of old coins have the word "copy" stamped somewhere on one side of the coin. Because this coin carries no such stamp, its full beauty and design can be enjoyed. An accurate rendition of the original, this coin is becoming collectable in its own right. Since the originals sell for $25,000.00 and up, this copy becomes even more desireable. Photo is example of actual coin.