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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In circulated condition, it's worth about $8-10. A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $18.
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You 5 dollar silver certificate is most likely worth
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It all depends on the year and the shape it is in. You can try looking on ebay and see if they are auctioning off what you have, to get an idea of it's worth. You can find more information
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Circulated notes are selling in bulk lots for $7 - $8 per note. You may or may not get more for a single note, depending on the grade, which is different levels of condition. A dealer
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