What Is the Value of US 5 Dollar 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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