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What is a 1935 E silver certificate dollar worth?

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The majority of blue seal 1935 Silver Certificates carry an average value of about $1.50, according to currency experts at AntiqueMoney.com and OldCurrencyValues.com. Star notes bearing the symbol at the beginning of the serial number are valued at about $3 each, explains OldCurrencyValues.com.

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In addition to the standard issues, A-F variations of the bills were produced; however, since billions of the certificates were printed, they are still readily available and do not carry a high demand from collectors, explains OldCurrencyValues.com.

Rarer, brown Seal Hawaii notes and yellow seal North Africa bills are worth up to $25 to collectors, explains AntiqueMoney.com.

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