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What is the value of a 1917 US 1 dollar silver certificate?

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The series 1917 "George Washington" United States Note is not a Silver Certificate. There were no "Silver Certificate" notes printed with the series 1917. The series of "Silver Certificate" notes used during that time had the date of 1899 or 1923. The 1899 Silver Certificate had a "Black Eagle", and the 1923 Silver Certificates had "George Washington" on the front, respectively. The 1917 "George Washington" United States Note have five different set of signatures. These signatures are signed by the Register of the United States and the Treasurer of the United States. They are Teehee & Burke, Elliott & Burke, Burke & Elliott, Elliott & White, and Speelman & White. The values for these notes vary depending on who signed the notes, the condition of the note, and the grade of the note.

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