The Krause catalogues aren't accurate to present bullion prices.
At best, they are ball-park estimates of value in the US. I know that plenty of world coins bring better prices in their own countries.
Interesting doubling on the date. Since I see similar doubling on the wreath, I suspect this happened when struck--it's called "machine doubling" by US collectors. However, that little nob to the right of the base of the 1 could be a mistakenly punched digit. During this time, dates were usually added to dies at the last step. If the date was positioned wrong, they would polish off the mistake and punch the date again. Often, there is some sign of the previous date left. As an example, here is a Swedish 5 Ore coin with remnants of a 7 underneath the 8: