$1 - $10 Silver Certificates
Issued between 1928 and the 1960s, Silver Certificates were redeemable in silver. One of their most distinctive qualities is the blue Treasury seal and serial numbers. These notes include an additional legend printed on the face that is not present on any other Federal Reserve notes. The legend states that silver had been deposited in the Treasury and was payable on demand to the note’s bearer.
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Series of our choice - from 1935 & 1935-H. These are notes that can not be placed in a better grade range due to some detraction. They could be an off quality cull, a nice note with inked writing, tears, or stains. Or they.... Read More
The notes in this listing are sold in lots of 10-minimum. Each of these $1 Silver Certificates is considered as a cull, and will be written on in ink, soiled, stained, torn, or any combination o.... Read More
Here is a series 1935-G $1.00 Silver Certificate with no motto. Better C-J or D-J block. Notes in this listing are Almost Uncirculated. Each note will be enclosed in an archival quality currency sleeve..... Read More
These replacement bank notes, which were printed to replace faulty notes, contain a star (*) in the serial number to mark them as a replacement. All notes in this listing will come from series 1935-E and are in Almost Uncir.... Read More