Despite being over 50 years old, the note isn't rare or valuable. They generally sell for around $3.00.
These sell for a little over a dollar in online auctions.
There is no "series D silver dollar" (a coin) so I assume you're referring to a silver certificate. See the Related Question for more information.
A $1 silver certificate series 1934 is currently worth about $20 in circulated condition, and about $40 in a nice, crisp uncirculated condition.DanUser:WorkingMan
In the same condition, 1953-series $5 silver certificates are worth roughly the same amount regardless of their series letters - $8 to $10 for circulated bills, $18 to $20 for uncirculated ones.
The value depends on the series (date) and condition. For a specific answer, ask about a specific note.
Its worth about $5 in uncirculated condition, but if it has folds or rips about $2.
If you mean turn them in for silver? you can't, June 24 1968 was the last date to redeem silver certificates.
A 1934 five dollar silver certificate in good condition is worth $33.00.
Retail is 5 to 10 dollars depending on how worn it is
Please post a new question with the bill's date and seal color.
It's an extremely common series, worth about $2 on average.
It is impossible to define the value or worth of a 1963 5 dollar silver certificate because there were none manufactured in that year. The last batch of 5 dollar silver certificates are dated 1953.
A 1 dollar denomination silver certificate was not made in 1933 only 10 dollar. That being said if you have one it is fake.....its worth $0.00
Check that bill again. There was no $1 silver certificate dated 1931.
If it is a 1953 c series it is worth only $6.50
1957 is by far the most common series for $1 silver certificates. In average circulated condition, one is worth around $2. In better condition, it's worth a little more.
if not a star note, then depending on condition, 30-100. if a star note, then 75-900.
A martha washington silver certificate dollar bill is currently worth approx (In decent shape) 5-750.00
In worn condition, about $200. In better shape, $400-500.
A series 1935C silver certificate in choice, crisp uncirculated condition is worth $ 30.00, but one in fair condition is worth approx. $7.00.
This is a common date and is worth $2.25-$3.00 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition they are worth $13.00 or more.
Of course a series 1999 $5 bill isn't a silver certificate. Silver certificates haven't been printed in 50 years. A 1999 $5 is worth face value.
An 1899 silver certificate is worth around $40 if in good condition. It can as high as $250 if perfect condition.
The U.S. hasn't printed silver certificates since the 1960s, and there was never a $2 silver certificate.
I wood like to no what there worth, I have two 1957