A $1 silver certificate series 1934 is currently worth about $20 in circulated condition, and about $40 in a nice, crisp uncirculated condition.DanUser:WorkingMan
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The value depends on the series (date) and condition. For a specific answer, ask about a specific note.
Its worth about $5 in uncirculated condition, but if it has folds or rips about $2.
A 1934 five dollar silver certificate in good condition is worth $33.00.
Depends on which series and what condition it is in. A series 1957 could range from $1.25 to $10. A series 1899 would be $100 or more, possibly much more if in high condition.
This is a common date and is worth $2.25-$3.00 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition they are worth $13.00 or more.
if not a star note, then depending on condition, 30-100. if a star note, then 75-900.
In worn condition, about $200. In better shape, $400-500.
In the same condition, 1953-series $5 silver certificates are worth roughly the same amount regardless of their series letters - $8 to $10 for circulated bills, $18 to $20 for uncirculated ones.
An 1899 silver certificate is worth around $40 if in good condition. It can as high as $250 if perfect condition.
Depends on the year, series, serial number and condition, but common ones generally sell for anywhere from $1.50-$5 depending on condition.
Whatsthe value on 1935 A 1935 D, silver dollar certificates..? good condition.
1957 is by far the most common series for $1 silver certificates. In average circulated condition, one is worth around $2. In better condition, it's worth a little more.
Blue-seal $1 silver certificates were printed from the 1899 series to the 1957 series. You need to know the bill's date, condition, and whether there is a letter after the date.
There were no $1 silver certificates with series 1937 for the year.
Please check your bill again. There were no series letters on 1934 silver certificates, and no silver certificate series letters ever went as high as K. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1934 US 1 dollar silver certificate?" for more information.
There is no "series D silver dollar" (a coin) so I assume you're referring to a silver certificate. See the Related Question for more information.
The 1957 silver certificate was only issued in $1 denomination. An uncirculated mint condition note is worth $10. (Fine condition = $2).
About six dollars
The average value of a 1953 five dollar silver certificate, in mint condition, as of 2013 is $15.00.