What Is a One Dollar Silver Certificate Worth?

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A one dollar silver certificate's worth is dependent on different factors like the year it was made and the demand from collectors or dealers. Its worth can range from as a low as £6 to about £94. These certificates are not made any more and they are normally considered a collector's items.
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