What Is a 1935 One Dollar Bill Worth?

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A 1935 one dollar bill is worth about £10 ($16.36) having been affected by an annual inflation rate of 3.75 percent. The 1935 one dollar has a grey numeral 1 and the treasury seal is superimposed by Washington D.C.
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A 1935 dollar bill can be worth anything from £2.5 to £11. The 1935 series was one of the longest circulated of any U.S. currency. Bills with that date were circulated well into the early 1960s.
1935 Silver Certificates in well worn condition are worth about $2.00, lightly-worn is about $3.00 and crisp uncirculated about $6.00
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A 1935 dollar bill if it is not in perfect condition is worth only $1. If perfect, it might be worth $2 or $3. If it is a silver certificate, it will be worth $4 - $10. A star note
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Depending on the grade; Good to Very good $17.00 Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated $70. More. The bill wasn't printed in Hawaii, though. Despite its 1935 date and the word HAWAII
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The value of a dollar bill from 1935 will vary depending on several factors. If the bill is a silver certificate, for example, it would be worth more than a regular bill. The bills
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