Who will buy your silver certificate?

  The easiest way is to take it to a coin or antiques dealer. However, whether you can sell it depends on its denomination, date, series letter, and condition. If it's a

What is special about a silver certificate dollar bill?

Assuming the series date is 1935 or 1957, not much is special except that the bill represents a form of currency no longer issued by the Treasury. Nearly all of them have blue
Why were silver certificate dollars made?

Why were silver certificate dollars made?

Until the mid-1960s silver certificates were backed with silver on deposit in the US Treasury. Only as many dollars worth of silver certificates could be issued as there was s

What is the market price for a 1928 a twenty dollar silver certificate?

  It's not a silver certificate, it's a Federal Reserve note. The last $20 silver certificates were printed in the 1890s. Your bill is worth $22.-$45.depending on how wo

What is the value of dollar silver certificates?

The value of a dollar silver certificate is a dollar. The United States government stopped redeeming them for silver years ago. They were worth far more before they could no l
What is a 1 dollar silver certificate?

What is a 1 dollar silver certificate?

Silver certificates were bills backed 1-for-1 by silver metal on deposit in the US Treasury. They could only be printed in quantities equal to the total amount of silver in th

Is there a US 2 dollar silver certificate?

Yes, but they were only issued during the years 1886 to 1899. All are collectors' items with values ranging from $350 to $4500 (as of 06/2013) depending on their date and cond
How much is twenty shekels of silver in US dollars?

How much is twenty shekels of silver in US dollars?

A shekel is a unit of weight, so the value of 20 shekels in US dollars would fluctuate with the current trading value of silver. One shekel is approximately 2/5 of an ounce or
How much is a 1776 silver twenty dollar coin worth?

How much is a 1776 silver twenty dollar coin worth?

No such coin exists for a few reasons. Number 1, all US coin denominations (that were intended for circulation) greater than $1 are in gold. A silver $20 coin would be huge,

What is a silver certificate dollar bill?

Up to 1964 you could get a silver dollar for it   More Silver certificates were printed from the Civil War till the mid-1960s, although the last ones were dated 1957. Eac

What do you do with a one dollar silver certificate bill?

It depends on its date, series letter, and condition. A 1957, 57-A, or 57-B bill is so common that you'd be lucky to get more than 25¢ or 50¢ extra if you sold it to a deale
When could you buy a silver dollar with a dollar?

When could you buy a silver dollar with a dollar?

Silver certificates could be redeemed for coins up till March, 1964. Redemption was suspended because the price of silver in a $1 coin was higher than $1, so people could conv
Is there a 1 million dollar silver certificate?

Is there a 1 million dollar silver certificate?

No they made that up their is a 1000$ bill for international trade   Correction Many novelty companies sell fake $1 million bills. They cost a couple of dollars and are us
How do you buy a eisenhower silver dollar?

How do you buy a eisenhower silver dollar?

Try a coin dealer, but first check with your local banks, people do turn them in. 99.99% of all Eisenhower dollars are just face value. Only proof and collectors coins sold fr