What is the value of a 1935 silver certificate without motto In God We Trust?
$1 1963e with out "in god we trust"
Please post a new, separate question with the bill's date and denomination. The motto "In God We Trust" wasn't added to silver certificates until 1957, shortly before that form of paper money was discontinued, and then only on $1 bills. Nine denominations of silver certificates without the motto were printed over the prior 80 years, so its absence is not an identifying factor.
What is the value of a 5 dollar silver certificate series 1953A without the in god we trust on the back worth?
As you can tell from looking at any modern coin or bill, the motto is In God We Trust, so I updated your question accordingly. That motto was added to bills starting in the late 1950s so your bill is not an error, it's just too early to have the motto. Regardless of the series letter, a circulated 1953 $5 silver certificate is worth (at retail) face value to $8 depending on its condition.
The motto In God We Trust wasn't put on $1 bills until 1957 and other denominations starting in the 1960s, so the fact that your bill doesn't have it is not a mistake. However there were both $5 and $10 silver certificates dated 1934 so it's not possible to estimate a value without more information. You can look for the following questions for more details: "What is the value of a 1934 US 5 dollar…
What is the value of a Series 1953 5 dollar silver certificate lacking 'In God We Trust' on the back?
This Silver Certificate in Crisp uncirculated condition is valued at $37.50. In circulated condition its value is much less, around $8. Note that the motto wasn't added to $5 bills until 1963 so your bill is not an error. NO U.S. bills have the words "In God You Trust". Take a look, it's "In God We Trust"
What is the value of a series 1935E silver certificate one dollar bill with out the words in God We Trust printed on the back and a seris L7875 on the front?
Is there any official mintage of an 1871 liberty seated dollar without the motto in god with trust above the eagle on the reverse?
How much is a five dollar bille silver certificate from 1934 D with blue seal and without In God We Trust on back?
As of 04/2014 retail values are in the $4 to $6 range for a circulated bill, and $18 or more for an uncirculated one. The motto was added to $1 bills towards the end of the 1935 G series, so most bills from that date and letter combination don't have the motto. Those without the motto are only worth about half as much.
As of 01/2011, a circulated 1953 A $5 silver certificate with a blue seal is worth $8 to $12 at retail. A nice crisp uncirculated one might bring $18 to $20. Why is the bill missing "In God We Trust" on the back? The motto In God We Trust did not appear on paper money until 1957, for $1 bills. Fives didn't have it until 1963. There was a lot of anti-communist hysteria at the…
What is the value of a one dollar 1936 A silver certificate without motto in God ... trust and having HAWAII printed on the front along the sides and on the back side stretching from seal to seal?
What is the value of a Series 1935G 1 dollar US silver certificate without the words 'In God We Trust'?
What is the value of a 1935 G silver certificate one dollar bill with a blue stamp serial number C43507648J?
The serial number is almost never a determining factor in a bill's value. Condition, year, series letter, and bank district are far more important. There are 2 varieties of this bill. Those without the motto In God We Trust are worth about $2.25-$3.; those with the motto on the back are worth $4-$6 depending on condition.
It depends on the bill's condition and series letter. Bills with that date were issued in a "series" that actually lasted into the mid-1950s. Letter were put after the date to indicate the treasury secretary who was in office at the time a particular run was printed. You can find a range of values at: http://www.uscurrencyauctions.com/$1notes.htm Also, remember that the motto was not added to bills until the late 1950s, in large measure as a…
How much is a 1935c silver certificate with serial M73962018E with a blue seal F6698 in the lower right hand corner without In God We Trust on the back worth?
Current retail is $2 to $3. Please note that the motto In God We Trust was added to banknotes during the anti-communist fervor of the 1950s, so ALL bills before that time are motto-less; it's not an error. Also, a bill's serial number is almost never a determinant of its value unless it is "special", e.g. 12345678 or 00000002 or some similarly unusual pattern.
How much is a 1935C silver certificate serial Z79164608D with a blue seal B6326 in the lower right hand corner without IN God We Trust on the back worth?
No US coin says "In God YOU Trust". As you can see from your pocket change, they say "In God WE Trust". Without knowing the coin's date it's not possible to say whether the apparently-missing motto is unusual. The motto didn't appear on circulating silver dollars until 1866, and of course 2007 and 2008 Presidential dollars carried the motto on the coins' edge where it can be difficult to see. Please post a new question…
There's nothing called an "agnostic" bill. Prior to 1957, NO paper money carried the motto "In God We Trust" so its absence was the norm. The motto was added to paper bills, among other things, during the anti-communist hysteria of the Cold War era as a way to distinguish the US from what were called "godless communists".
That's somewhat of a tall order, but here are some things to look for that are different from modern bills: The words SILVER CERTIFICATE across the bill's top front The words ONE DOLLAR IN SILVER PAYABLE TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND across the bottom front A blue seal and serial numbers A large number "1" to the left of Washington's portrait, instead the Federal Reserve Seal that's on modern bills. A letter after the date…
There are many possible printing errors on US paper money so more details are needed. Please post a new, separate question that includes a brief description of the suspected misprint. Note that bills without the motto "In God We Trust" on the back are NOT errors. That motto wasn't added until very late in the 1935 series and is only found on 1935-H and some 1935-G bills.
A law passed by the 84th Congress (P.L. 84-140) and approved by President Eisenhower on July 30, 1956, the President approved a Joint Resolution of the 84th Congress, declaring IN GOD WE TRUST the national motto of the United States. This why the phrase was placed on U.S. currency. IN GOD WE TRUST was first used on paper money in 1957, when it appeared on the one-dollar silver certificate. The first paper currency bearing the…
The motto In God We Trust was added to 1935-dated $1 bills starting in 1961. The change was made in the middle of the G series printing without changing the series letter or date because it was not deemed to be a major redesign. As a result there are two sub-series of 1935 G $1 bills, the "without motto" and "with motto" notes. The motto appeared on 1957-dated bills from the start of that series…
Please post a new question with the bill's date. The last $20 silver certificates were dated 1891 so make sure that your bill isn't something else like a National Currency bill, or a standard Federal Reserve Note. The motto is In God WE Trust, not "you", and wasn't put on $20 bills until the 1960s so the fact that it's missing on an older bill is normal.
The motto "In God YOU Trust" has never been on a coin or bill. As you can see from your pocket change, it reads "In God WE Trust". The motto was added to silver dollars in 1866, two years after its introduction on the 2¢ piece. It was added to $1 bills in 1957. It was added to other denominations at many different times over the years.