How Much Is A Circulated 1957 One Dollar Bill Silver Certificate Star Note Worth Today?

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Ebony Nash answered
A 1957 one dollar star bill could be worth up to $10, while an uncirculated note could be worth $12 to $15. However, you need to keep in mind that the note would have to be in crisp condition because star notes are rare. The star is placed within the serial number of the note which indicates that it was made to replace a note that was misprinted or damaged during the production process.

The majority of regular 1957 $1 bill notes are worth between $1.25 to $2 in a fair condition, which is only a little more than their face value. Uncirculated 1957 dollars are said to be between $2 and $4. The 1957 note was the last silver certificate to be produced, however it isn’t considered very rare by collectors because it was the most commonly produced silver certificate. In addition to this, the 1957 dollar was the first paper money in the United States that bore the motto ‘In God We Trust’, which can be found on the back of the note above the ‘One’. The first ever note to carry this motto was put into circulation on October 1st, 1957. The American silver certificates used to be redeemable for real silver however that stopped happening around the 1960s due to the change in federal law which was implemented because of the rising prices in silver. Due to this, the government had to shred a number of the notes, and because they were not backed by silver, they could not be put back into circulation.
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Want to know if 1957 silver certificate one dollar bill is worth ant thing,also there a star next to series#
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I have several old bills, a 1953 two dollar bill with red print,a1934 five dollar bill silver certificate,a 1935 one dollar bill silver certificate all in great shape any idea what they are worth?
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You guys are so stupid the four digit numbers and letters to the side have nothing to do with how much there worth
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I have a one dollar silver certificate with the B series and over to the side it says D741. How is it worth? Or how can you find out where to look.. If had it for 7 years in good shape and has a small tear but looks brand new?
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Renita Manning answered
If you look it up on Ebay, it is going for between $8 and $14. But I would say it is worth about $12. (I'm no expert or anything, but I have a friend who works in a coin / stamp shop (they collect all sorts of old money)
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Aimee Worley
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Thank you for your response to my question. I will pass on the information and the site of which it was found!
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I have (2) 1934 $100 bills in excellent condition. I also have (1) 1957 $1 silver certificate and a 1953 $5 bill silver certificate and a 1950 $10 bill. I have several $2 bills including (2) 1963 silver certificate ($2 bills)
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I have absolutely no idea. That is why I came to this website. I figured I would find an answer but obviously I'm not going to.
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I have a 1935G one dollar silver certificate and several 1957, 1957A, B -
Are they worth anything?
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Mine just has (series 1957) and to the right it has B150 how much is this one worth? It is in mint condition!
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I have a one dollar bill canidian for sale I got a one dollar us bill for sale and a 2 dollar bill canadian for sale How much is this worth
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laura koselke answered
I have several one dollar (US) bills that have a * next to the serial number, rather than a letter. What does the * signify and if held over the years, will they appreciate in value any faster than the typical one dollar bill?
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Wesley Varga
Wesley Varga commented
The * is referred to as a start note. It means the original dollar was destroyed or had an error and they used this method (The *) to keep track at the reserves. It is a rarer form of the Silver Certificate's and is valued higher than a standard bill with the letter at the beginning or end of the serial number. The 1957 A that I have with the * is worth about $8.00 to $12.00 circulated and up to $60.00 uncirculated. Hope this helps you out!

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