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    Posted 12 years ago

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    Yet another treasure from today. Silver certificates were first printed in 1878 in response to protests of the gold-standard (all paper money was redeemable for gold, so now some of it was redeemable for silver!). This particular $1 bill is from 1935, the last year these certificates were printed.

    It is the same size as modern $1 bills, though of course the look is slightly different. I must say I like the touches of blue--gives it a bit more character.

    The thought today of redeeming money for precious metals is a bit...odd, but it was necessary in a time when the public was distrustful of paper money, not to mention fancy-shmancy standardized money printed by the federal government.

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    1. Cindy, 11 years ago
      I have a $1.00 Silver Certificate but I'm a little confused, it says series 1957, how is this possible if they stopped printing them in 1935? I'm not a collector so I may not understand the series #. Thank you for any info.
    2. NicNic, 11 years ago
      I have 3 silver certificates, series 1935D-D6787, 1935F-K8616
      the third is older and larger, series of 1923 -B5965
      also several- 2 dollar federal reserve notes. hope i'm not too off the subject
      i'm curious as to the value of these bills.
    3. Penney, 11 years ago
      How much is this bill worth?
    4. Tiffinie Pimentel, 11 years ago
      I would just like to know if a 1934 silver certificate is worth anything?
    5. shaliberty, 11 years ago
      Most 1935 and 1957 series Silver Certificates are worth a very small premium over face value. Circulated examples typically sell for $1.25 to $1.50 each, while Uncirculated $1 Silver Certificates are worth between $2 and $4 each. Exceptions to these values include Star notes (where the serial number is followed by a small star in place of the suffix letter), and other various varieties and blocks including 1935A Hawaii and North Africa notes, Experimental notes, and various rare blocks and serial number ranges.
    6. Phil Harp, 11 years ago
      1935A silver certificate 1 dollar bill what is it worth
    7. KIMBERLY GONZALEZ, 11 years ago
    8. sylvia, 11 years ago
      i have a 1957 A 1957 B and 1957 & one 1957 without a letter silver cirtificate trying kto find out what they are worth in todays market
    9. Michael Shopnick, 11 years ago
      hello.I have a 1935C silver certificateP47059711D It is cut wrong .face up the right side is a lot wider also it is longer then a regular 1 dollar bill.
      my question is would this be worth anything more then just the dollar
      thanks for your answer
    10. i have a 1957 silver certificate#38221989b, 11 years ago
      need to know if there is any worth to it if any.enjoying your page must let my grandson look at your site
    11. Maggie, 11 years ago
      What are these bills worth, face-value in all the wrong conditions when trying to redeem them at a pawn or gold dealer. Plus+how-a-bout the silver $5 dollar bills? Thanks, I look forward to the response.
    12. Danita, 11 years ago
      I have a silver certificate from 1957B it is in good conditon and its serial # is W72313658A
    13. Danita, 11 years ago
      what is its worth
    14. benjclark benjclark, 11 years ago
      Like all forms of coin and currency collecting, CONDITION is incredibly important. It can be the difference between face value and $100! The average silver certificates from the 1930s sell around the double face-value range. However, there are a LOT of variables. Older = more value here though, and lots of other variables too. The certificates from the the 1950s don't sell for much more than face value, unless there is something else interesting going on (serial number, star number, etc.) The best way to get an accurate feel is to take your bills to your local numismatist club or coin dealer.

    15. Theodore, 11 years ago
      I have several silver certificates most are from 1935 a few from 1957
      Is it true that 1935 A series are rare and how much are they worth?
    16. eva delain, 11 years ago
      i have silver certificates series 1957 k37526747a is this worth anything?
    17. richard bravo, 11 years ago
      what is a silverdollarbill worth
    18. Dawn Connery, 11 years ago
      I have a 1935c series siver certificate L12985034E 1.oo BILL Can you tell me if its worth anything?THANK YOU
    19. Carla, 11 years ago
      I have a 1957 A silver certificate. What is the value of it. Still in great condition
    20. Shanna, 11 years ago
      I have 2 1935 silver certificates series D and G in great condition. I was wondering they are worth. The serial numbers on them are L7263791F and C83810400J.
    21. gloria , 10 years ago
      I have a silver certificate series 1957a please tell me what it,s worth. thanks.
    22. Kirt, 10 years ago
      Gloria, about a $1.50 in good condition.
    23. kbow kbow, 10 years ago
      My grandfather was in the navy and gave me his silver certificates with their envelopes and uncirculated and plastic? silver dollar coins in their packages (never opened) I will have to dig these out and post because I have no idea the value.
    24. Sharon Morgenstern, 10 years ago
      I have a 1957 U.S. silver certificate, C51955580A. Signed, Robert B Anderson,secretary for treasury. What would this be worth? I'd appreciate any help in determining the value. Thank you.
    25. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      I think we have now found every goof-ball who can't read and has a silver cert !
    26. Grendelking Grendelking, 10 years ago
      Lol. What gave you that impression Pop ? Oh, and by the way, what is it worth ?
    27. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
      You funny Joe ! LOL
    28. Connie, 10 years ago
      I have a 1935A silver certificate with HAWAII written on it. Is it worth anything?
    29. Barbara, 10 years ago
      How much is a one dollar silver certificate, series 1928 B worth?
    30. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 10 years ago
    31. jumpymonkey, 10 years ago
      I have a giant 1922 bsilver certificate. What is it worth??
    32. melanie, 10 years ago
      I have a silver certificate from 1928 - H98172227A I don't understand if these weren't printed till 1935 how come I have one from from an earlier date but also this says from the K series.
    33. uonlywish5, 7 years ago
      I have a 1935 series D / $1 bill. With blue on it?is that the one yall are talking about?

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