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What is the value of a 1935 R US 1 dollar silver certificate?

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2012-10-14 03:16:47
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As of 10/2012 retail prices are $35 to $125 for a bill that's been in circulation. Uncirculated specimens can bring $200.

The red and blue "R"s on the bill indicate it was from a special experimental series printed to test the durability of different paper compositions. None of the alternative papers worked out so the BEP returned to the standard linen/cotton-based paper still used today.

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