WHAT IS A 1935 J SERIES DOLlar worth?
H was the highest series letter for 1935 silver certificates. Please check your bill again. Remember, the series letter on a bill appears next to the date, it's not the prefix letter on the serial number.
The J is not a series letter, it is the code for the issuing Federal Reserve district. The series letter (if any) is located next to the date. If there is no series letter, or A through D, your bill is worth face value to $22. A dealer will pay face only. If the series letter is E, it could be worth $40 to $60.
There is no "J" series. The series letter is next to the date and corresponds to the Treasury Secretary and/or Treasurer who were in office when the bill was printed. "J" is almost certainly the Federal Reserve Bank indicator letter. In any case, your bill is worth face value to $140 depending on condition
There are no US bills with series letter J. The highest series letter was H, on the last 1935-dated $1 silver certificates. In any case, the motto wasn't added to $1 bills until 1957 and other denominations in 1963, so depending on the dates of your bills the fact that the motto is missing is almost certainly not an error. Please post new and more specific questions with the bills' dates for more accurate valuations.