Is a 1935 silver certificate worth anything?


Most 1935 $1 silver certificates are not worth much more than their face value. Circulated certificates sell for about $1.50, and uncirculated ones sell for $2 to $4. However, some special varieties of this certificate are worth considerably more.
Q&A Related to "Is a 1935 silver certificate worth anything?"
Despite its apparent age, your bill's high series letter indicates it was actually printed in the 1950s. Because of that it would sell for only about $1.25 in average circulated condition
The value of the 1935 silver certificate dollar depends on the
Hello Pat, . Is this a One Dollar denomination? . This note is not rare and are in fact plentiful in all grades. Only after the grade is determined can you use a price guide,
As with any collectible item, the condition makes a difference, but the value of a 1935 E series $1 Silver Certificate is valued near its face value.
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The value of a 1935 silver certificate dollar depends on a few things. To find out it's worth the serial number and condition will need to be evaluated by a currency dealer. You may only get face value depending on the series letter.
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