Determine the value of your 1957 Series B Silver Certificate online by visiting AntiqueMoney.com, HeritageAuctions.com or OldCurrencyValues.com. According to each source, the certificates carry a value of $1.25 to $1.50 ... More »

A 1957A $1 silver certificate is not very rare. Silver certificates were U.S. currency redeemable for a silver dollar coin. In 1957, the U.S. Treasury Department only produced silver certificates in $1 denominations, but... More »

A 1957 dollar bill is worth anywhere from $1 to $15 and possibly more if a collector needs the specific bill. The rating of the dollar bill is ranked on a scale from very fine up to uncirculated. More »

The last silver certificate was issued on March 25, 1964. It was on this date that Congress decided that silver certificates could no longer be exchanged for silver dollars. More »

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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... More »

You can assess the value of an FB Rogers Silver Company tea set using print resources such as Kovels.com's Antiques & Collectibles and Antique Trader Antiquities & Collectibles. Searching prices on eBay also provides inf... More »

An effective method of discovering a silver certificate's value is to obtain a quote from a reputable currency dealer, advises the U.S. Treasury Department. Another way is to check one of the various reference books on t... More »

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