For most bills you need to know what series date it is (i.e the date and whether there is a small letter next to the date), and what condition it's in. Then you can post a new question or look it up in a price guide such as the one linked below.
A few silver certificates come in multiple varieties within a single year, so you may also need to note special characteristics like the seal color. It's normally blue but there were some printed with yellow or brown seals for use during WWII.
Note - the serial number is NOT necessary because it doesn't ID a bill.
How much is a 1957a silver certificate worth?
The U.S. hasn't printed silver certificates since the 1960s, and there was never a $2 silver certificate.
A silver certificate is paper currency. It is not a coin. No silver dollars were minted in 1943, and no silver certificates were printed with that date either.
It's a U.S. Note rather than a silver certificate. It's worth face value if circulated, $3 if uncirculated.
Please look at the bill more carefully. It's a Federal Reserve Note, not a silver certificate.
$2 to $3 in average condition
Depends on year condition etc.
It is worth ≈ $10
It is impossible to answer without knowing the condition and the denomination.
Less than 11% of all the 1957 series Silver Certificates have the star by the serial no. If your Silver Certificate is in choice crisp condition it is worth $40.00. In circulated condition, it's worth about $5.00
Probably never. It's not rare enough to be worth that much. The only way it might happen is if there is dramatic hyperinflation. In that scenario, it won't be so much that your silver certificate is valuable, but rather that the dollar becomes worthless.
In circulated condition, about $8 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $15
If they are torn they are not worth much over face value unless they are the oversize notes.
A $1 silver certificate series 1934 is currently worth about $20 in circulated condition, and about $40 in a nice, crisp uncirculated condition.DanUser:WorkingMan
Of course a series 1999 $5 bill isn't a silver certificate. Silver certificates haven't been printed in 50 years. A 1999 $5 is worth face value.
Copies are rarely worth much more than the paper they're printed on.
there weren't any notes issued in 1927
what ever someone is willing to pay
In average circulated condition, about $1.50 If nicer, about $4.00
In circulated condition, it's worth about $8-10. A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $18.
There is no such denomintion of currency. Please examine your silver certificate and then submit a new question with more accurate information.