What Is the Value 1935 D Series One Dollar Bill?

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The value of a 1935 D Series one dollar bill will depend on many factors such as its condition and rarity. It may cost around $2.25-$3 as of January 2013. It is available on different money auction sites.
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Unless the bill (which is actually a silver certificate) still has some crispness or it has a star printed on it, it is not worth much more than $1. Uncirculated specimens are worth
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Unfortunately, it's a quite common item. The value is going to depend on the condition, but if it's worn about like the average bill in circulation, you might get $2 if you sold it
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The value of a silver certificate one
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1935-F Silver Certificate in average circulated grade like yours retails for around $3. A Choice Crisp Uncirculated grade 1935 dollar bill retails for $10.
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