How much is a 1957 silver certificate dollar bill worth?

Answer Most $1 silver certificates are worth between $1.25 and $1.50, though like-new notes are worth as much as $4. Notes printed in 1928 can be valued anywhere between $6 and $60, depending on their co... Read More »

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How much is a one-dollar bill silver certificate worth?

According to Heritage Auction Galleries, a circulated one-dollar silver certificate is worth anywhere between $1.25 and $1.50. An uncirculated certificate is worth $2 to $4.Source:Heritage Auction ... Read More »

How much is a 1935 silver certificate one dollar bill worth?

A 1935 United States silver certificate is worth slightly more than $1 in circulated condition, and up to approximately $6 in uncirculated condition. 1935 silver certificates with "HAWAII" printed ... Read More »

What can be done with a silver certificate dollar bill?

Silver certificates look like our current paper dollar bills but have a few differences. One of those differences is that at the top of the front side of the bill, it says "Silver Certificate," an... Read More »

How much is a silver certificate dollar worth?

Circulated silver certificate dollars are worth little more than face value, but an uncirculated silver certificate may be worth $2 to $4. Some rarer certificates are worth more to collectors, and ... Read More »