What is the value of a 1935 US 1 dollar silver certificate with a red serial number?
Please check again and post a new question. All 1935 $1 silver certificates have blue seals.
What is the value of a 5 dollar silver certificate 1934 A serial number I73986427A with a blue seal?
What is the value of a U S 1957 1 silver certificate with a star before the serial number and a B following the serial number?
The serial number generally doesn't affect the value, unless it's unusually low (00000065), or maybe a star note (12345678*). What's more important is the series (year) and condition. Assuming it's a one dollar silver certificate, any of the series 1957, '57A, or '57B notes generally sell for around $3.
What is the value of a 1957 1 dollar silver certificate with T at the beginning of the serial number?
Your bill is called a silver certificate rather than a silver dollar bill. 1957 silver certificates are still quite common among collectors. If yours is circulated it might retail for at most $1.50 or $2.00 depending on condition. Also please note that serial numbers do not generally affect the value of a bill unless they are "special" in some way; e.g. a low number like 000000005 or a pattern such as 12345678
Serial numbers are counters and a security feature but rarely affect a bill's value. Please check your bill's denomination, date, and what letter if any is next to the date, then enter the question "What is the value of a (date) US (denom & letter) dollar silver certificate?" - for ex. "What is the value of a 1934 D US 5 dollar silver certificate?" Some collectors will pay extra for numbers with a special pattern…
It really depends on the series, but the small sized series look very similar to a normal US dollar bill only rather than having a green serial number it is blue. It also has a blue seal, says "Silver certificate" at the top, and rather than saying "X Dollar(s)" it says "X Silver Dollar(s) Payable to Bearer on demand" Earlier silver certificates will look different. For images just Google "Silver Certificate" and look at the…
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What is the value of a 5 dollar silver certificate 1934 D serial number T64187744A with a blue seal.?
To clear things up, it's a silver certificate, not a silver certified bill, and 1935 D is the bill's series date. The serial number is the 10-character combination of 2 letters and 8 numbers that's printed twice on each bill as a counter and security feature. There's more information at the Related Question.
The U.S. did not issue silver certificates with that date. Could you please check and post a new question? Thanks! Also, FWIW, a bill's serial number almost never affects its value unless the number is somehow "interesting", e.g. 0000002 or 123456789, and then the bill would only be of interest to a specialty collector.
Please check the top of the bill. You'll find that it's a US Note, not a Silver Certificate. The last $2 silver certificates were printed in 1891. Also, the red serial number and seal are characteristic of US Notes, while at that time silver certificates were printed with blue seals. Please see the Related Question for more information.