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$1.00 Blue Seal Silver Certificates dating 1935 & 1957

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US Silver Certificates29 of 37Silver Certificate Series of 1934$5 Silver Certificate & Federal Reserve Notes 1934 & 1950 & 1953
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    Posted 8 years ago

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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


    1. michael, 7 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, 7 years ago
      the quarters are valued based on they are made of 90% silver not that they are rare
    3. jason, 7 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 , 7 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, 7 years ago
      i have two 1 dollar blue seal silver certificate's,one is an A series and the other is D question is why are the secretury of treasury's different from each other? and are they of any value?
      thank you
    6. Kirt, 7 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, 7 years ago
      these are 1935a and 1935d are they of anf value?or should i hold onto them?
    8. Kirt, 7 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.
    9. TrishC TrishC, 4 years ago
      HI- I know it's been a while since you posted, however, your bills were worth $8 on List them there and you can sell a quantity on the same item for each listing just like ebay, however, you will get at least fifty percent more on any item you sell on They have a much better buyer base because they only sell vintage or handcrafted items. So, in short, you're not getting the people who try to buy all of their goods on eBay for near nothing, you're getting collectors.
      Good luck.

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