It's worth at least one dollar! And unless it is in extremely good condition, it will not bring much more than that from a dealer. With a small wrinkle or fold or slightly frayed corners, it might bring $1.25. If it is uncirculated, it might retail for as much as $7.50 or $10.00.
If you mean a series 1957 silver certificate 1 dollar bill value may be $5.00 but only if it's a crisp uncirculated note with no folds, it's got to look like a new bill
1957 is an extremely common series for $1 silver certificates. On average, they're worth around $2.
1957 silver certificates were saved in large numbers because the series was being discontinued in favor of Federal Reserve Notes. Unfortunately that means your bill is only worth 50 cents to a dollar more than face value.
There were no 50.00 bills in 1957. Your answer is zero.
The series 1957 $1 silver certificate is a common bill, not worth much more than face. In crisp, uncirculated condition, it might be worth upwards of about $5.
In 1957, the one dollar bill was modified to say 'in God we trust.' The 1957 silver dollar bill is sold online for between 300 and 700 dollars, depending on the bill's markings and overall quality.
i just bought a 1957-a mint condition $1.00 bill today, 02.23.2012 for $14.50.MorePlease see the Related Question for average prices
Depending on how worn it is, about $1.10 to $1.50.
Sorry, there is no such bill.
Very common among collectors -- current value is about $1.50
It's still worth one dollar.
I would like to the current value of excellent condition of 1862 US series 268 1 dollar bill.
Lowest buy it now 12.00 and maybe as much as 35.00. See below-
Please check your bill again. "B" is the highest series letter for a 1957 $1 silver certificate. In any case these bills are common regardless of series letter. In average condition they retail for $1.25 to $1.75.
It is worth face value unless it is uncirculated.
About $1.25. These are quite common among collectors. As you've seen from other posts, a bill's serial number is unimportant to determining its value.
Please check your bill again. "B" is the highest series letter for 1957 $1 silver certificates In any case these bills are quite common regardless of series letter. In circulated condition they retail for $1.25 to $1.75
Face value only.
1957 is one of the most common series of U.S. one dollar certificates. Despite being over 50 years old, they're only worth around $2-3 on average.
There were no 1957 $10 bills issued in the U.S. Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question.
Please check your bill again and post a new question. No $5 bills were printed with the 1957 series date, and the last $5 silver certificates were dated 1953.