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What is wholesale value of US 1 silver certificate?

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2011-02-28 03:56:06
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certificate is worth from $10 to $150, depending on the series, with series 1928E being the most valuable. A $1 silver certificate from other years can be worth a little more than face value, depending on the condition. Silver certificates can also be used as regular money.

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