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Posted 3 years ago

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lost425
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I am more than impressed with this website to be honest.I have been collecting banknotes for just a year and I am eager to learn more and more.Another request about $1 silver certificate star note this time vg++ condition from 1957 series B E768.Any help with valuation please?

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  1. Jan, 2 years ago
    I was given these as change. They are in excellent condition.
  2. beachbomb beachbomb, 2 years ago
    It also has the "*" star on it as well, which will raise the value of it a little too. Nice find!
  3. Lee Sayer, 2 years ago
    Greetings lost425:I am not a banknote collector but seems to me I have read where the * on a banknote means that is a replacement banknote.
  4. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 2 years ago
    Thank you lost ! I shall remember !!!
  5. cocacolaman62, 2 years ago
    Yes, when paper money gets in real bad shape they distroy it and make another with same number plus the star.I had a dollarbill once and where your star is mine had an "x".Not really sure what that was and not sure where it went..
  6. Kirt Kirt, 2 years ago
    Actually coca is only partly correct. To replace a mutilated or otherwise unfit note with the same serial number would be impractical. Instead star notes are substituted. Other than having their own special serial number and star, these notes are the same as the others.

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