contact a coin dealer for an appraisalCorrectionThere's plenty of information on line that will save you the cost of an appraisal (as well as figuring out how to spell it). For example, the following page shows values of various $1 notes including all the 1935 series of silver certificates that you're interested in:
Also, the motto "In God We Trust" began to be added to paper money only starting in 1957 so your bill is not a printing error.
If it's a copy, it's not worth anything.
Your 1924 Liberty silver dollar is actually a 1924 PEACE dollar and assuming it's circulated retail value is $16.00-$20.00 depending on condition. As to the "misprint" the spelling of TRUST with a V and not a U is normal all Peace dollars are like this. And remember, coins are minted, not printed. Dollar bills are printed.
All 1935-E Silver Certificates were printed without the words "IN GOD WE TRUST" ... this was not added until Series 1935-G. In circulated condition, it's worth about $2.00 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $5.00
There were no 2000 Australian Five Dollar notes printed. Australian Five Dollar notes were printed in 1998, 2001 and 2002.
A 2001 20 dollar bill that has been printed wrong would be worth 40-50$
There were no Australian One Dollar notes printed in 1973.
There were no 1968 Australian Five Dollar notes printed.
There were no Australian Fifty Dollar notes printed in 1984.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark. The 1924 Peace dollar is common. The spelling of trust with a "V" in the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST is normal and all peace dollars have this. Circulated examples are only $30.00 to $37.00 retail.
All Series 1935-E Silver Certificates were printed without the IN GOD WE TRUST on the back -- this is normal for those notes. This motto was not added until 1935-G In circulated condition, it's worth about $2.00 A nice Crisp Uncirculated one is worth about $5.00
The last Australian One Dollar note was printed in 1982.
20 dollar bill the back side is not centered
Your 5 dollar bill only printed on one side is worthless. It is counterfeit. It was made by a copy machine.
There weren't any printed with that date.
a million dollars
Good faith and trust.
Current dollar coins are brass, not gold. Also, coins are struck or minted, not printed. Dollar bills are printed. Please post a new question with a more complete description of the error.
Bills printed in 1969 and later are only worth face value.
The US never printed 100 dollar silver certificates with this date.
Without knowing its date and series letter it's not possible to give a value. The motto In God We Trust wasn't added to bills until the late 1950s and early 1960s so if the bill is older, it's perfectly normal if the motto's not there.
There were no series of 1951 $100 bills ever printed.
There were no one dollar silver certificates issued with that date. If you mean 1935 D, the value would range from $2 to $10 depending on condition.The motto In God We Trust did not start appearing on currency until the 1950s, fuelled in part by the so-called "Red Scare" of "Godless communism".
Actually, it depends on how old that three dollar bill is. The Republic of Texas printed a three dollar bill in the 1800's. Get it authenticated!