what is the value of a five dollar bill silver certificate
A 1934 five dollar silver certificate in good condition is worth $33.00.
The average value of a 1953 five dollar silver certificate, in mint condition, as of 2013 is $15.00.
what is the value of a $5.00 silver certificate with dates 1934 D and 1934 C worth in good shape
Depends on the Grade, F starts at $1500
Face value to $8 if circulated, up to about $12 if crisp and unfolded.
The Chief 1899 $5 dollar silver certificate is paper money.
$6 to $9 depending on how worn it is.
I have a listing for a 1915 blue seal National Currency Note but not specifically a silver certificate. If your bill is a National Currency Note its retail value could range from $150 in worn condition up to $325 in better shape.
If you mean a $5.00 silver certificate a crisp an well centered bill about $12.00 to $15.00.
More information is needed, like series date, condition, and is it a Federal Reserve Note, Silver Certificate, Demand Note, or what?
I looked it up at Heritage Auction Gallery and they have one that is priced at $3,025.00 so yours could be worth less than that if it's worn a little but it is a rare five dollar bill Silver certificate. I have a friend that also has one of them.Good Luck with it.
IT DEPENDS ON THE CONDITION OF THE PAPER. AN AVERAGE NOTE WITH 2-3 FOLDS IS WORTH BETWEEN $7.50 AND $10.00.
Sorry the US mint does not strike $5.00 silver coins
It will have the words Silver Certificate printed across the top of the bill's front. In most but not all cases, the seal and serial numbers will be printed in blue ink.
it is about 1000 dollars sell it now
One half pound five hundred dollar silver certificate 1996 .999 fine silver
If the bill has a green seal it would be a Federal Reserve Note rather than a certificate. Silver certificates had blue seals. Please see the Related Question for more information.
It can be worth about $35 - $50. It depends on the condition.
In circulated condition, about $8 A nice crisp uncirculated one is worth about $15
Please post a new question with the bill's date and seal color.
No such (US) bill exists. Silver certificates were last issued in 1964, and the $500 bill was last issued with the series of 1934A. Furthermore, the highest denomination silver certificate issued was $10, higher denomination certificates were either United States Notes, Federal Reserve Notes or Gold Certificates.
Despite its age it's only worth about $8 in Extremely Fine condition. A nice uncirculated one retails for about twice that.