$1, 19571935-G to 1957-B, Fr.1619, $1 Silver Certificate, Series 1957, Fr.1619, ...
One dollar silver certificates were first printed in 1886. Production ended in 1957.
Some $1 notes are expensive and others are common. Use our guide to learn.
May 18, 2015 ... For example, the most common silver certificates were those issued between
1935 and 1957. These look very similar to a regular dollar bill with ...
1957 $1 silver certificates are very very common. We sell them for $1.50 in
average circulated condition. There is just nothing special about these. 1957 $1
A: A 1957 blue seal silver certificate is probably worth only a small amount over
face value. According to Heritage Auctions, an uncirculated bill is worth be.
1957b One Dollar Silver Certificates. (Not your note? See other $1 Notes - Click
Here). It might look like this: 1957b One Dollar Silver Certificates ...
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Feb 5, 2011 ... my 1957 series silver certificate with a star next to the serial number next to it
meaning its a misprint bill.
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The 1957 note without the series letter A or B at the serial numbers are
considered common among collectors. The value of the 1957 note is its face
value if ...
Brian M. writes: I have a 1957 Douglas Dillon $1.00 silver certificate dollar bill.
Can you tell me the estimated value of this bill. A recent coin show on t.v. stated ...