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$1.00 Blue Seal Silver Certificates dating 1935 & 1957

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Posted 3 years ago

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bahamaboy
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I have about one hundred of these $1 silver certificates in various stages of preservation. All are dated in the 1930's & 1950's and all are blue seal small size notes. Value, $6-$8 for nice ones like these. For the ones "not so nice", about $3-$4

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  1. michael, 3 years ago
    how do you know that the bills you have are only worth 6-8 dollars...I was shocked to find the 1932-64 quarters I have are worth $7 each....regardless of condition.
  2. dan, 3 years ago
    the quarters are valued based on they are made of 90% silver not that they are rare
  3. jason, 3 years ago
    i have a 1923 silver certificate blue one dollar bill thats twice the size of the average bill in fare condishion . how much is it worth
  4. dwight , 3 years ago
    i've been offered a 1.00 washington 1957 blue seal in fair condition with an 'A' A at the end of the seriel number for 10.00. i plan on sitting on it fr bat least 10 years.i'm new at this and am looking for suggestions
  5. mark, 3 years ago
    i have two 1 dollar blue seal silver certificate's,one is an A series and the other is D series.my question is why are the secretury of treasury's different from each other? and are they of any value?
    thank you
  6. Kirt, 3 years ago
    Dwight if you can get $10 sale it! Mark, the date appearing on all notes is that of the year in which the design was fist approved or issued. In small size notes a letter is added after the date to designate or indicate a minor change in the main design or probably a change in one or both signatures.
  7. mark, 3 years ago
    these are 1935a and 1935d are they of anf value?or should i hold onto them?
  8. Kirt, 3 years ago
    Assuming the 1935A has a blue seal, each bill would be worth around $2 to $5 dollars depending on condition. I love the old silver dollars, so at that price I would hold on to them. Hand them down to your kid's, that is what I plan to do with my collection.

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