Is the value of a 1935 US 1 dollar silver certificate different if it is a D or E series?
1935 D $1 bills are less common than the E subseries and are more valuable, although neither one is particularly expensive.
Please see the questions "What is the value of a 1935 D US 1 dollar silver certificate?" and "... 1935 E ..." for information about values, printing dates, etc.
It really depends on the series, but the small sized series look very similar to a normal US dollar bill only rather than having a green serial number it is blue. It also has a blue seal, says "Silver certificate" at the top, and rather than saying "X Dollar(s)" it says "X Silver Dollar(s) Payable to Bearer on demand" Earlier silver certificates will look different. For images just Google "Silver Certificate" and look at the…
What is the value of a US 2 dollar silver certificate with no date and George Washington on its face?
More information is needed because blue-seal silver certificates were issued for many decades and in different denominations. Please check your bill's date and denomination, then look for questions in the form ""What is the value of a [date] US [denomination] dollar silver certificate?"; e.g. "What is the value of a 1953 US 10 dollar silver certificate?"
The series 1917 "George Washington" United States Note is not a Silver Certificate. There were no "Silver Certificate" notes printed with the series 1917. The series of "Silver Certificate" notes used during that time had the date of 1899 or 1923. The 1899 Silver Certificate had a "Black Eagle", and the 1923 Silver Certificates had "George Washington" on the front, respectively. The 1917 "George Washington" United States Note have five different set of signatures. These…
Yes, bills called silver certificates were printed at various times from the 1886 series to the 1957 B series. In fact, every denomination from $1 to $1000 was issued as a silver certificate at one time or another, although during the 20th century only $1, $5, and $10 silver certificates were printed. Please see the question "What is a US silver certificate"? for more information.