If it has a green seal, it's worth $12 to $15.
1957 is a common series for $1 silver certificates. They're generally worth around 2 to 3 dollars, depending on condition.
Yes, there were many issues of silver dollars in the 1800s, including most of the Morgan Dollar series, along with the Seated Liberty Dollars, Trade Dollars, and the Bust Dollar.
The only $20 bills printed in the 1934 series were Federal Reserve Notes so I'm assuming that's what you have. In worn condition most of these retail for about $22 despite their age. In better shape the retail price depends on what series letter, if any, is next to the date. Series D bill retail for up to $30 in excellent condition, Series C up to $28, and the rest up to $24. FWIW, the last $20 silver certificates were issued in 1891. The wording "will pay to bearer on demand" is found on older FRN's but was removed from later series.
Ah, 20 dollars.
Yes, on a dollar coin in the "Presidential Dollars" series. It was released on August 19th, 2010.
About six dollars
1928 US five-dollar bills with red seals were common in circulation. For this reason, they only command about $7, unless they are in mint condition with no folds, then they would be able to get more.
One dollar. It's part of the current Presidential Dollars series.
It's still worth 2 dollars.
It's worth exactly five dollars.
It would be helpful to know the Country, Date and Condition of the note in question. If you are talking about a US $10 silver certificate, you might also look for a little "Series" letter next to the date. With that someone might have an idea what sort of 10 dollar bill you are talking about. Otherwise it is hard to make any sense of your question.
In the 1950s, there were several different series of 10 dollar bills issued by the treasury. The series range from A through E, and have different values depending upon the series. For a series A 10 dollar bill, the value online is between 45 and 100 dollars, depending upon condition.
That depends on the series (date) and condition. The series 1986 is still worth two dollars.
A 10-dollar bill that was printed in 1934 is worth little more than 10 dollars. Depending on the series, it may be worth around 15 dollars.
Never. He's on the half dollar. His portrait will appear on one series of the Presidential dollars in about 8 or 9 years.
Yes, it's worth ten dollars.
The series 1976 two dollar bill does not have enough age to it to be a collectible item. Although amounts can change, currently a 1976 two dollar bill is worth approximately four dollars in uncirculated condition.
Not silver dollars, the Peace series skips from 1928 to 1934, since there was little demand for them during the Depression. 1928 series silver certificate currency (bills) were made during this period.