A 1957 one dollar bill is worth anywhere from $1 to $15. The value of the bill is determined by the grade of the bill.Continue Reading
One dollar bills that were made in 1957 were made with a few special identifiers. The first thing to look for is the date on the dollar bill. Many 1957 one dollar bills have a blue seal on them to help identify them by that year. Some of the serial numbers in the bills included a star.
A 1957 one dollar bill that has a value of $15 would be made in the year 1957, have a blue seal that has not been worn out and have a star in the serial number. This bill must also be in mint condition and must never have been circulated.Learn more about Coins & Currency
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