How Much Is a 1953 5 Silver Certificate Worth?

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A 1950 5 silver certificate in good condition will usually be worth between 10 and 30% over its face value if it was circulated. An uncirculated certificate may be worth much more depending on the grade and issue. If it is a 1953-B $5 Star Note, it can be worth quite a lot.
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You didn't provide the denomination, but the only silver certificate with that date and series letter is the 1953-A $5 note. Its retail value range is $8.10. depending on condition.
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