Series 1957 b silver certificate dollar bill

The series 1957 $1 silver certificate is a common bill, not worth much more than face. In crisp, uncirculated condition, it might be worth upwards of about $5. The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 1957 one dollar silver certificate star notes sell at a premium, around $10-15 each. 1957 SILVER CERTIFICATE US PAPER MONEY ONE DOLLAR BILL J73388687A $1 NOTE #1106 Silver certificates are a type of representative money issued between 1878 and 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency.

The $1 Silver Certificate includes series 1957, 1957A and 1957B, and each are equally common. Since millions were printed and many are still in circulation today, they are readily available and not highly sought after by collectors. Bills from the B-B block – those with serial numbers beginning and ending in B - are the only exception. The series 1957 $1 silver certificate is a common bill, not worth much more than face. In crisp, uncirculated condition, it might be worth upwards of about $5. The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 1957 one dollar silver certificate star notes sell at a premium, around $10-15 each. 1957 SILVER CERTIFICATE US PAPER MONEY ONE DOLLAR BILL J73388687A $1 NOTE #1106 Silver certificates are a type of representative money issued between 1878 and 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency. Seal Type: All 1957 $1 silver certificates have the same seal type. Varieties: These can be noted as series of 1957, series of 1957A, or series of 1957B. Value: There aren’t any special 1957 $1 silver certificates. Most sell for around $1.50. Notes in perfect condition are worth closer to $3. 1957B $1 Silver certificates are very common with slight collectible value. Notes without star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $1.50-$3 each. Notes in uncirculated condition (like new) up to $5-$6. Notes with star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $5-$8 each.

Although 1957 silver certificate Star Notes are quite uncommon, the value of most of them is only $3 (average condition). An exception is the 1957 Series A silver certificate Star Note issue, which is valued between $12.75 and $26.00.

These 1957 $1 Silver Certificates are in crisp uncirculated condition. You used to be able to trade these dollar bills in for silver at any bank. Comes complete with  10 Jul 2003 1957 B Silver Cerificate Dollars are worth somewhere in the 10-15 dollar range for a I have a series 1957A one dollar silver certificate bill. I had a cashier refuse to take a $2 bill once, she thought I was trying to pass a fake bill. Apparently she had never in her life heard of or seen a $2 bill. level 2. The $1 silver certificate from the Hawaii overprint series. dollar silver certificates, especially non-star or worn bills of the 1935 and 1957 series, are worth little  405 items Condition: Circ. 1957 B Silver Certificate 1.00 dollar. $5.00. Free Shipping. Seller: jameson11. Condition: Circ. Series 1957 A Silver Certificate 1.00 Bill. This particular $1 bill is from 1935, the last year these certificates were printed. It is the i have silver certificates series 1957 k37526747a is this worth anything? richard bravo, How much is a one dollar silver certificate, series 1928 B worth? 22 Feb 2016 Silver certificates and experimental notes leave us with a reminder of after which new printing processes began in the 1957 series. Even though 1957 is the last date you'll see on a Silver Certificate, some of the 1935 dated dollar bills were released as Special paper: X 000 00001 B – X 107 28000 B.

1957 SILVER CERTIFICATE US PAPER MONEY ONE DOLLAR BILL J73388687A $1 NOTE #1106 Silver certificates are a type of representative money issued between 1878 and 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency.

There are series 1957, 1957A, and 1957B. They are all equally common and none of them command premiums. 1957 $1 silver certificates can be bought in packs 

22 Feb 2016 Silver certificates and experimental notes leave us with a reminder of after which new printing processes began in the 1957 series. Even though 1957 is the last date you'll see on a Silver Certificate, some of the 1935 dated dollar bills were released as Special paper: X 000 00001 B – X 107 28000 B.

The $1 Silver Certificate includes series 1957, 1957A and 1957B, and each are equally common. Since millions were printed and many are still in circulation today, they are readily available and not highly sought after by collectors. Bills from the B-B block – those with serial numbers beginning and ending in B - are the only exception. The series 1957 $1 silver certificate is a common bill, not worth much more than face. In crisp, uncirculated condition, it might be worth upwards of about $5. The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 1957 one dollar silver certificate star notes sell at a premium, around $10-15 each. 1957 SILVER CERTIFICATE US PAPER MONEY ONE DOLLAR BILL J73388687A $1 NOTE #1106 Silver certificates are a type of representative money issued between 1878 and 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency. Seal Type: All 1957 $1 silver certificates have the same seal type. Varieties: These can be noted as series of 1957, series of 1957A, or series of 1957B. Value: There aren’t any special 1957 $1 silver certificates. Most sell for around $1.50. Notes in perfect condition are worth closer to $3. 1957B $1 Silver certificates are very common with slight collectible value. Notes without star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $1.50-$3 each. Notes in uncirculated condition (like new) up to $5-$6. Notes with star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $5-$8 each. Although 1957 silver certificate Star Notes are quite uncommon, the value of most of them is only $3 (average condition). An exception is the 1957 Series A silver certificate Star Note issue, which is valued between $12.75 and $26.00.

The $1 Silver Certificate includes series 1957, 1957A and 1957B, and each are Star note bills have a serial number that starts with a blue star with a hole in it, 

The $1 silver certificate from the Hawaii overprint series. dollar silver certificates, especially non-star or worn bills of the 1935 and 1957 series, are worth little  405 items Condition: Circ. 1957 B Silver Certificate 1.00 dollar. $5.00. Free Shipping. Seller: jameson11. Condition: Circ. Series 1957 A Silver Certificate 1.00 Bill.

1957 $1 silver certificates are very very common. Worth $1.50 in average circulated condition. There is just nothing special about these. 1957 $1 silver certificates were printed by the billions and there are way too many still in existence to be rare. These come in three different types. There are series 1957, 1957A, and 1957B. 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 between $2 and $4, and a circulated bill is worth between $1.25 to $1.50. However, if the serial number has a star after it, the value will be somewhat higher. Normally it would be necessary to ask for a denomination, but 1957-series silver certificates were only printed as $1 bills. Current auction prices range from face value for a very worn bill to about $2 for a circulated bill with almost no wear. Uncirculated ones are quoted at around $3. VERY RARE STAR NOTE FOUND also RADAR BANKNOTE and other FANCY NOTES found BANK STRAP HUNTING - Duration: 5:50. HiddenTreasureHunter 94,497 views