1935-A $1 Silver Cert CU-67 PPQ (Fr#1610) S-Experimental

1935-A $1 Silver Cert CU-67 PPQ (Fr#1610) S-Experimental

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This Series 1935-A $1 Silver Certificate was printed on special paper as part of a trial to compare how this paper would hold up in circulation compared with the regular paper being used. This scarce note is in Superb Gem Uncirculated-67 PPQ condition.

Currency Highlights:
  • This denomination and type was used widely in circulation until the 1960s.
  • Graded by PCGS Currency as Superb Gem Uncirculated-67 PPQ and housed in an inert currency holder.
  • Signatures of Julian/Morgenthau—Friedberg #1610.
  • Face: Portrait of George Washington with "Silver Certificate" above and "One Dollar" below. Red "S" to the right of the Treasury Seal.
  • Back: Familiar design of a $1 bill featuring the Great Seal of the United States.

With an original printing of 1,184,000 notes, these Silver Certificates are not that easy to find. Add this great collectors item to your cart today!

These interesting notes were part of a BEP experiment to test the comparative durabilities of different types of paper in circulation. These (R)egular and (S)pecial notes were put into circulation in mid-1944. No conclusive results were determined.

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