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


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
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
Most bags will make a 1/3 of a cubic foot of concrete.
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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