What Is a 1928 Silver Certificate Dollar Worth?

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Silver certificate dollars are worth different prices, with some having premium values to the collectors and dealers, depending with the dates and the letters that follow after the dates. A plain 1928 is worth between £6.2 and £7.4, a 1928 with letter C is worth £31, a series date D is worth £12 and a series date E is approximately £93.
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The face value of a one dollar Silver Certificate is still its official value as currency. But that dollar today is worth far less than it was in 1928. Still, collectors do put a
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In worn condition, about $200. In better shape, $400-500.
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A 1928 Silver Certificate dollar is worth the face value of the bill, which means that if it is a 1 dollar silver certificate it is worth one dollar. This is because congress of the United States stopped the redemption of silver certificates in June 1968. However, the certificates may have premium value to collectors and dealers, who may pay up to $150 for a series date 1928E silver dollar certificate.
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