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What identifying marks should you look for on a 1935 D US 1 dollar silver certificate?

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2015-02-25 22:09:05
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There really aren't any special varieties or other differences on 1935 D $1 bills. The only 1935 $1 SC's that are distinctive would be in the 1935 A series; in addition to standard bills there are the following varieties:

> With a blue or red "R" or "S", indicating an experimental paper composition.

> With a brown seal and Hawaii overprint, used in the islands during WWII

> With a yellow seal and North Africa overprint, used in that combat zone during WWII

There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1935 D US 1 dollar silver certificate?"

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