1957 $1 silver certificate star note value

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1957 $1 Silver Certificate Star Note Blue Seal A, B, C at the best online prices at eBay! The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 

Martha Washington was featured on three different silver certificates. The note pictured above is a $1 silver certificate from 1886 and it looks very similar to the 1891 one dollar note. Martha Washington was also on the back of the 1896 note seen below. 1886 and 1891 notes aren’t especially rare or popular. 1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * $4.00 3d 11h +$3.00 shipping. Make Offer - 1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * 1957 or 1957 A series $1 Silver Certificates BLUE SEAL NOTE > HIGH GRADE . $3.90 +$1.10 shipping. Star Notes are scarcer than regular issues, as only a limited number are produced and fewer still are placed in circulation. This Star Note version of the Series 1957B $1 Silver Certificate bears a blue seal and serial numbers, and Granahan-Dillon signatures. The History of the Silver Certificate A star note indicates a replacement for a note or sheet. damaged during production and printing of our money. Less than 2% of all notes issued are star notes. These Silver Certificate Notes were produced starting in 1928, in the current "small" size,

Price Guide for 1957 One Dollar Banknotes. Year: 1957 Denomination: One Dollar Bank Note Type: Silver Certificate $1 Bill Front Picture: Description: This is the last one dollar silver certificate issued by The United States. Seal Type: All 1957 $1 silver certificates have the same seal type. Varieties: These can be noted as series of 1957, series of 1957A, or series of 1957B.

Star Notes are scarcer than regular issues, as only a limited number are produced and fewer still are placed in circulation. This Star Note version of the Series 1957B $1 Silver Certificate bears a blue seal and serial numbers, and Granahan-Dillon signatures. The History of the Silver Certificate A star note indicates a replacement for a note or sheet. damaged during production and printing of our money. Less than 2% of all notes issued are star notes. These Silver Certificate Notes were produced starting in 1928, in the current "small" size, Price Guide for 1957 One Dollar Banknotes. Year: 1957 Denomination: One Dollar Bank Note Type: Silver Certificate $1 Bill Front Picture: Description: This is the last one dollar silver certificate issued by The United States. Seal Type: All 1957 $1 silver certificates have the same seal type. Varieties: These can be noted as series of 1957, series of 1957A, or series of 1957B. We are pleased to offer for sale this One Dollar Bill Silver Certificate STAR NOTE Series 1957 US Currency. These $1 Silver Certificates are off-quality notes that may have some stains, tears, heavy folds or writing. These $1 Silver Certificates were redeemable for silver dollars or silver bullion up until 1964. These notes are STAR NOTES from Series 1957 (random pick our choice 1957, 1957 A

1935 and 1957 $1 silver certificates are very common. If you have a star note, something rare, or something in perfect condition, then we strongly suggest that 

1935 and 1957 $1 silver certificates are very common. If you have a star note, something rare, or something in perfect condition, then we strongly suggest that  6 Aug 2017 Notes without star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $1.50-$3 each. Notes in uncirculated condition (like new) up to $5-$6. These certificates were redeemable for the face value in form of silver dollar Several block variations on all of the series of the year 1957 $1 silver certificates are Yet again, the star notes and the low serial numbers have a chance of being  405 items Coin Value Price Chart for US Paper Money General. Lookup Coin 1957A $1 Silver Certificate Federal Reserve Star Note#2 Uncirculated. $14.95

1935 and 1957 $1 silver certificates are very common. If you have a star note, something rare, or something in perfect condition, then we strongly suggest that 

Star notes from the series of 1957 are very very common. In average condition they sell for about $3 each. For the sake of this article, when referring to a 1957 one dollar silver certificate, that also includes 1957A and 1957B. They are all the same. The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 1957 one dollar silver certificate star notes sell at a premium, around $10-15 each.

1957B $1 Silver certificates are very common with slight collectible value. Notes without star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $1.50-$3 each. Notes in uncirculated condition (like new) up to $5-$6. Notes with star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $5-$8 each. Uncirculated stars to $11-$15.

1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * $4.00 3d 11h +$3.00 shipping. Make Offer - 1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * 1957 or 1957 A series $1 Silver Certificates BLUE SEAL NOTE > HIGH GRADE . $3.90 +$1.10 shipping. 1957B $1 Silver certificates are very common with slight collectible value. Notes without star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $1.50-$3 each. Notes in uncirculated condition (like new) up to $5-$6. Notes with star serial numbers in circulated condition value around $5-$8 each. Uncirculated stars to $11-$15. Value: There aren’t any special 1957 $1 silver certificates. Most sell for around $1.50. Notes in perfect condition are worth closer to $3. That price information applies to both 1957A and 1957B notes as well. Star notes are worth a little bit more money, but they are still extremely common. The asking price for a Series 1896 $1 Silver Certificate Educational note is more than $500 for a print in good condition, while a "very choice uncirculated note 64" commands more than $4,000. Martha Washington was featured on three different silver certificates. The note pictured above is a $1 silver certificate from 1886 and it looks very similar to the 1891 one dollar note. Martha Washington was also on the back of the 1896 note seen below. 1886 and 1891 notes aren’t especially rare or popular. 1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * $4.00 3d 11h +$3.00 shipping. Make Offer - 1957 $1 STAR NOTE SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR Blue Seal * STAR NOTE * 1957 or 1957 A series $1 Silver Certificates BLUE SEAL NOTE > HIGH GRADE . $3.90 +$1.10 shipping.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1957 $1 Silver Certificate Star Note Blue Seal A, B, C at the best online prices at eBay! The star notes in fair to lightly circulated condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated  series 1957 A $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE STAR NOTE BLUE SEAL in Coins One Dollar Silver Certificates Money Notes, Coin Dealers, Silver Certificate, five dollar blue seal silver Money Notes, Coins Worth Money, Silver Certificate, Coin. rare ten dollar paper money star note There are no star notes from 1935 or 1957 that are going to be rare. Most $1 silver certificates from those year are worth