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 What is the value of a 1957 U.S. silver certificate?

Answer The value of a 1957 U.S. silver certificate depends on its condition. If the silver certificate is circulated and worn, it is worth about $1.25. If it is in uncirculated condition, it is worth betw... Read More »
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How much is a 1957 silver certificate dollar bill worth?

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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The Differences Between a 1957 Pontiac Star Chief and a 1957 Chevy Bel Air?

The 1957 Pontiac Star Chief and the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air were both top of the line cars for their respective lines under the General Motors umbrella. Their body sizes and styles were similar and ... Read More »
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What is the value of a 10 dollar silver certificate?

Most $10 silver certificates are worth face value or slightly more, depending on their condition and series. A 1934B $10 silver certificate may sell for up to $30, while the rare 1933 $10 silver ce... Read More »
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When was the last Silver Certificate made?

The last Silver Certificates were $1 notes made in 1957 and were designated as series B. The notes were issued during the Kennedy administration, through 1963. Silver Certificate legislation was ab... Read More »
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