What are silver certificates?

Answer Silver certificates are paper currency issued by the U.S. Treasury until 1963. They were redeemable for silver dollars until March 25, 1964, and redeemable for silver bullion until June 24, 1968. T... Read More »

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Are silver certificates worth their face value?

Silver certificates as currency are worth their face value of $1. The United States no longer prints silver certificates, so some people may be willing to buy them for more than their face value as... Read More »

Are silver certificates worth money?

Silver certificates are old paper money that were redeemable for actual silver. They are worth no less than their face value, and depending on their condition, they can be worth several times that ... Read More »

Is the silver snoopy award also called the silver bullet?

The Silver Snoopy is an award given to NASA employees for making outstanding contributions to forwarding the potential for mission success by making improvements in design or systems, exceptional a... Read More »

Can a silver spoon&water make colloidal silver?

A silver spoon stirred in water will create colloidal silver, according to Bali for Kids. Since colloidal silver is simply water with silver particles, a spoon with a high concentration of silver w... Read More »