The serial number "S70186454F" on a 1935 Series D Blue Seal silver dollar certificate has no effect on the value of the currency. Only bills with very low, repeating, ascending or descending numbers and other unique patterns within the serial number carry premiums to enthusiasts.
Series A, B and C blue seal notes from the same year are considered less common and valued significantly higher by collectors. According to the experts at CoinSite, a 1935 D Blue Seal $1 note carries a value ranging from $2 to $25, as of 2014. Bills in average circulated condition are valued at $2 or $3, while uncirculated bills are worth about $8. Perfect condition "star" bills command up to $25.