1957* $1.00 Silver Certificate CCU (47 Consecutive Notes)
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Product DetailsThis group of series 1957 $1 Silver Certificates is a great find. This lot consists of 47 consecutively numbered Star ★ Notes that have been kept together for over 50 years.
- Used widely in circulation until the 1960s.
- Each group comes housed in an archival quality currency sleeve.
- Notes are from series 1957 in Crisp Uncirculated condition.
- Last printed in the early 1960s and features the familiar portrait of President George Washington.
- Consecutive Star ★ Notes.
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Granahan/Dillon signatures—Friedberg #1621.
Although many of these series were printed in the billions, Crisp Uncirculated examples of these Silver Certificates, the newest of which are at least 50 years old, are not that easy to find! These were the last Silver Certificates issued, and believe it or not, the last denomination to be replaced with Federal Reserve Notes beginning in 1963.
The Treasury Department stopped redeeming these notes for Silver in June of 1968, but they remained legal tender. Although over 740 million were printed, consecutively numbered examples in Crisp Uncirculated condition are hard to find.
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- Collectible (lower mintage)
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