What is the value of a 1957 blue seal silver certificate?

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A 1957 Silver Certificate is worth £0.8 when it is in poor condition, £0.9 when it is of average circulation and £2.8 when it is in perfect condition. Between 1935 and 1957, Silver Certificates were issued in £0.6 ($1) denominations.
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In circulation, a 1957 silver certificate is worth about face value. In uncirculated condition, it can be as much as $5-6.
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Rarity The 1957 note, without the series letter "A" or "B" after the date, was the most commonly produced silver certificate, so it isn't considered rare by collectors
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these certificates are by no means rare. if it's in a lesser condition you can probably only get $1.50, if it's in a crisp uncirculated condition you can get $5-7.
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