What is the value of a U.S. $5 silver certificate?

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The value of a 5 dollar silver certificate is approximately 15 dollars. However, there are several considerations to be considered in determining the value of the dollar. The year of manufacture and condition of the dollar will determine its value. Uncirculated dollars tend to have more value than circulated ones.
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The US issued $5 silver certificates from 1886 to 1953 so more information is needed. Please post a new question with the bill's date and what letter if any is next to the date. Be
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THe 1953 $5 silver certificate is not worth much more
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The U.S. did not print any $2 silver certificates after 1891.
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The U.S. did not issue any $2 notes of any type with that date. There were $1 notes with the date 1957; these are common among collectors and retail for about $1.50. There were $2
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