What is a five dollar silver certificate worth?

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A five dollar silver certificate is worth approximately 30 to 50 British pounds. The value depends on several factors such as the year, denomination and the current condition of the bill. Silver certificates are types of representative money in the Unites States as part of its exchange of paper currency.
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