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Depending on the date and condition of your "inverted reverse print" error note, it will be worth anything from several hundred to thousands of dollars! I suggest you check out the CGA website, submit your note to be certified, then take it to one of the larger coin shows and see what kind of offers you get. CGA website : Coin Show listings : Good luck!

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Q: Is a one dollar silver certificate in good condition with the back side printed upside down worth anything?
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