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The New Price Is Right - 1972 - 18.91 was released on:

USA: 31 January 1990


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That's an extremely broad question. It would take pages to list all of the specific dates for each denomination, but the ranges for silver certificates are shown below.For many bills the dates shown are "series" dates rather than printing dates. A series used to start when there was a major change like a new design. Once a series began the same date was used until another major change came along. Some series dates were used for as much as 3 decades!$1: 1886-1957$2: 1886-1891$5: 1886-1953$10: 1878-1953$20: 1878-1891$50: 1878-1891$100: 1878-1891$500: 1878-1880$1000: 1878-1891

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At different times during the 19th century, silver certificates were printed in all denominations from $1 to $1000. In the 20th century, only $1, $5, and $10 silver certificates were issued. The date ranges are as follows; because these are series dates rather than printing dates, bills were often printed in later years as well. $1: 1886 - 1957 $2: 1886 - 1899 $5: 1886 - 1953 $10: 1880 - 1953 $20: 1878 - 1891 $50: 1878 - 1891 $100: 1878 - 1891 $500: 1878 - 1880 $1000: 1878 - 1891

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