Silver Certificate Value?

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The value of a silver certificate varies based on the amount of the denomination as well as the year of the certificate. The first silver certificates issued in 1880 were $1 notes, and they may be worth between $40 and $250. Many of the other silver certificates are not worth nearly as much. A 1899 $1 has a value of up to $250, while a 1923 $1 has a value of $20 to $40. A 1935 or 1937 $1 has a value between$2 and$4.
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That's an extremely broad question, because silver certificates were printed for many years in several denominations. Please post a more specific query giving the bills' denominations
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Do you mean 19. 57. ? That was the last series year for silver certificates. If that's correct, you have one of the most common examples of that type of bill. Current retail is around
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As of 01/2010, a Hawaii overprint $1 bill is worth anywhere from $10. to $40. in circulated condition, and over $135 if uncirculated. These bills were specially printed by the Treasury
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There's no such bill. Specifically: 1. No $2 silver certificates have been printed since the 19th century 2. No U.S. bills of any denomination were printed with that date. Please
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