How much is a silver certificate worth?


A silver certificate can differ in value depending on the condition of the money and the denomination. The best thing to do is to take it to an experienced coin dealer that is familiar with silver certificates. You can find more information at this link:
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In circulation, a 1957 silver certificate is worth about face value. In uncirculated condition, it can be as much as $5-6.
In 1968, after the metal in a silver dollar became worth more than $1, Congress ended the silver guarantee. Millions of silver certificates no longer could be exchanged for a silver
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.
Prices vary by store and location, but on, a silver certificate is
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The current value of your silver certificate depends on the condition of the bill and whether or not it was ever circulated as currency. Some silver certificates are worth a few dollars while some are worth hundreds.
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