How Much Is a 1957 One Dollar Bill Worth?

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A 1957 dollar bill may be worth its face value or more depending on its grading. When grading a note, hold it at 7 inches under a strong light source to determine whether it falls under either of the following conditions: Crisp uncirculated, almost uncirculated, extremely fine, very fine, fine, very good, good, fair and poor.
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