How Much Is A Silver Certificate Series 1935 C One Dollar Bill Worth?

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The value of a silver certificate 1935 C series $1 bill depends very much on the condition of the bill and its serial number. A mint condition bill with a low serial number could be worth up to as much as $50, whereas a bill in poor condition with a high serial number can be worth little more than its face value. Typically, such a bill in circulation condition is worth anything between $3 and $10, although estimates vary. Silver Certificates are a type of representative money printed in the United States between 1878 and 1964. They were issued as a response to silver agitation (free distribution of silver) by citizens angered by the Fourth Coinage Act of 1873 that effectively placed the United States on a gold standard. The certificates were initially redeemable in the same face value of silver dollar coins, but since 1968 they have been redeemable only in Federal Reserve Notes and are thus obsolete. Before the 1980s, the dates on the bills were only changed when there was a significant design revision, and so there are many bills in circulation with the same date that were actually printed several years apart. The 1935 series was one of the longest issued of any U.S. Currency. Bills with that date were printed into the early 1960s, with only a series letter change to mark different Treasury Secretaries or Treasurers. Silver Certificates have several distinguishing features, most notably the fact that their seal and serial number were initially printed in either red, brown or blue (rather than the traditional green). In 1899 the seal and number colour was officially changed to blue. During the Second World War the government issued 1935 A Silver Certificates with a brown seal for Hawaii distribution and 1935 A certificates with a yellow seal for North Africa distribution. The idea was that if these areas fell into enemy hands during the war, the money could easily be identified and cancelled so as to prevent large monetary losses.
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I have a $ 1.00 silver certificate series1935C M63818129E
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I have a 1957 silver certificate one dollar bill serial # 70133211A how much is it worth
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How much is a silver certificate series 1935a one dollar bill worth and a 2 dollar bill series 1963 worth
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1935 Silver Certificates in well-worn condition are worth about $2.00 -- lightly-worn about $3.00 -- crisp uncirculated about $6.00

1963 $2 bills are common among collectors and retail for only 25 to 50 cents more than face value, in circulated condition. Uncirculated ones retail for about $8.

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