Value of 1957a series dollar bill with blue stamp value. SERIAL NUMBER C32808810A?
What you have is a silver certificate. They used to be redeemable for $1.00 in silver bullion, back in the days when the price of silver was controlled.
The 1957 series notes were the last issued before dollar bills were issued as Federal Reserve notes, so a lot were hoarded. In circulated condition your bill might be worth $1.50 to $2.00.
FWIW, a bill's serial number is almost always meaningless as a factor in the note's value. There are people who collect "interesting" numbers; e.g. 00000005 or 12344321, but the others are usually ignored.
All Australian banknotes have a serial number. For each issue of banknotes, there will be a first and last serial number. The Australian paper Fifty Dollar note issued in 1973 with the signatories Phillips/Wheeler, had a first serial number of YAA 000000. The last note printed in that series had a serial number of YAU 999999. The next series of Australian paper Fifty Dollar note issued in 1976 with the signatories Knight/Wheeler, had a first…
How much is a 1963 five dollar silver certificate worth serial 11713416A there is a star before the one?
It depends on the series letter rather than the serial number. A bill's serial number almost never affects its worth. The date, series letter, and condition are the major factors determining value. See if there's any letter next to the date, and then check a site such as this one for a range of values:
What is a 1963 series 2 dollar bill with a star at the beginning of the serial number and then number 00452083A with a red seal worth?
Nothing special. It just means that the serial number sequence wound pretty far down. There was a long stretch of time when there was no change in the offices of the U.S. Treasurer or Secretary of the Treasury, so mountains of $1 bills were printed in the same series. It nearly exhausted the set of possible serial number / letter combinations.
1928 $50 Federal Reserve notes in circulated condition are very common and typically worth around $75. Two things are very important when looking at a series of 1928 fifty dollar bill. Condition is extremely important. The serial number on a series of 1928 fifty dollar bill can be the difference between $75 and hundreds of dollars.
Not enough information. Please post a new question with the bill's date, series letter (if there is one next to the date) and any information about its design. The serial number is not necessary; it almost never affects its worth. Its date, series letter, and condition are the major factors determining value.