What Is 1957 Series Silver Certificate with a Star before the Serial Number Worth?

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The value of a 1957 series silver certificate with a star before the serial number is approximately $40 if it has not been circulated. If it has been circulated then it's value drops to about $5.
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No star means it's a normal circulation bill of the time. It's worth $1.25 to $1.50 today. Note that this site has a Coins and Currency thread for asking questions about, well, coins
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Unfortunately, Series 1957B silver certs are pretty common. If it's worn about like the average bill you see in circulation, you'd probably get $2 or less if you sold it to a dealer
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Most bags will make a 1/3 of a cubic foot of concrete.
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I'm going to have to disagree with the other answers you've gotten so far. Since Series 1935D notes were only issued in the $1 denomination, that has to be what you've got. And the
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