How much is a 1935 e silver certificate one dollar bill worth?

3 years ago #1
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How much is a 1935 e silver certificate one dollar bill worth?

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3 years ago #2
JET922
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What you have is called a $1 Silver Certificate. The type you have is called a Blue Seal Certificate, and as you have noted, it was issued in 1935 in the E (fifth) group of printings. (There was a 1935A, 1935B, etc.)
If my memory serves me correctly, 1935 silver certificates only carry a small premium in circulated condition (which is probably what you have. If it's creased, worn, or torn at all, it's circulated).

In crisp, uncirculated condition or even crisp AU, AU graded coins have a small trace of wear visible on the highest points, XF/EF, XF grade coins (or EF) have a very light wear on only the highest points.

It's worth a bit more than it's face value, but there were so many issued, unfortunately you can't retire on it. Sorry

A scan of both sides of your bill would help me out or even a photo of both sides would help me to help you.

I keep the ones I find as talking pieces. People always ask about them unless they're numismatists.

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3 years ago #3
April
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Thank you very much for your help.

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1 year ago #4
ashlynn
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how much is a 1935 doller bill worth in good condicion

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1 year ago #5
Marra M
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Hi Ashlynn

1935 dollar was printed in billions this means it is only worth about $1.50

Star Notes are worth $3

Collectors place a value on these dollars if it has never been folded and is brand new. In other words it is in mint condition

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8 months ago #6
Silver Cetificate
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To collect orturn into cash?

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8 months ago #7
Silver Cetificate
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The value!

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8 months ago #8
Marra M
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Hi there

I suggest that you collect this instead you will be disappointed with the value in terms of cash. It's in very circulated condition.

These are only worth from either face value or $1.50 max even having the E added to the serial number will not affect its value

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5 months ago #9
Troy
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Here's the photos of the bills.

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5 months ago #10
Marra M
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Hi Troy

As I have mentioned a few months ago these were printed by the billions and are generally worth in that circulated condition as around $1.50.

However, I notice something on the serial numbers please check out this link that might help especially regarding Repeaters. Don't get your hopes up yet you have to bring this to a currency dealer though.
Just use the information that you get here as guide.
http://goo.gl/SLIXk3

http://goo.gl/X0OlF5

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4 months ago #11
Linda Barrie
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where do I e-mail a copy of the 1935 e series dollar bill?

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4 months ago #12
Marra M
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Hi Linda

You can attach clear close up photos of this here. Here is a link that will help you attach the photos successfully

http://goo.gl/vmNXW4

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3 months ago #13
Sheila E
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My are 1935E serial number K65637205I The old 5 dollar bill1963 A is worth what now?

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3 months ago #14
Marra M
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Hi there Sheila E

1935 E 1 dollar although these are a bit old they were printed by the billions. These are not as rare as some may think. In circulated condition from face value to $1.50. This is applicable for any series letter. Hawaii notes and yellow seal North Africa notes- $25. Uncirculated condition- from $5 to $8

1963 A 5 dollar in circulated condition - $6

Uncirculated condition- $15

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2 months ago #15
Not sure what to do with ...
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How much are these worth

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2 months ago #16
Marra M
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Hi there

Good job on preserving the bills from getting further damage. Folded ones get less value when sold. See the values given above since most of the selling prices did not change much for these.

I suggest that you contact a local currency dealer near you to have it properly valuated. By then you can think of options on what to do next. 1935 1 dollar are not considered that collectible thus there is a low market demand for these. Circulated ones are sold at $1.50 or something close to this value.


For 1953 $5 star notes have more value than those without it.

Star note in circulated condition- $12
Star note in uncirculated condition- closer to $100

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1 month ago #17
SinisterRetweet
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So this one would still be worth only $1.50 came across this in an old wallet from my grandfathers Attic.

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1 month ago #18
SinisterRetweet
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So this one would still be worth only $1.50 came across this in an old wallet from my grandfathers Attic.

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1 month ago #19
Marra M
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Hi SinisterRetweet

Yes, it is in circulated condition. Current selling price from $1.50 to $1.70.

It is not even a star note nor carry a special serial number so there is no additional value given.

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1 month ago #20
Dawn
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Hi. I have a very crisp 1935E $1.00 Blue seal silver certificate. I'm really curious to see if there is any value to this . I hope you can help me out . I took a picture of both sides of my bill . I hope this is helpful to you . Please respond back ... Thank you , Dawn .

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1 month ago #21
Marra M
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Hi there Dawn

The value will depend on its condition

Circulated condition- from $1 to $1.50

Uncirculated condition -from $2.49 to $3

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3 weeks ago #22
Blue Bills?
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I have an uncirculated 1935E Star SC right here on my desk. it does have a crease down the center so not BU but very, very good shape. I will try to scan it for you and I also have a 1928B $1 blue seal but I was reading and I learned that all the bills were signed by Mellon and Tate? This one is clearly not maybe you can advise me on this one too. Lastly I have this 1934A $5 fed note, it has a large B with to the left of Lincoln and its from the Federal Reserve Bank or New York, NY? the seal is even green and I have other old $5s and they are blue or red? Hope to hear back.
Thank you, Larry Smith

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3 weeks ago #23
Duc vu
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It will cost huge value if it demand 2 condition,
- 100 years of age
- only note on Earth

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3 weeks ago #24
John R
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I have a1935e serial# starts and ends I is it more special?

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2 weeks ago #25
Marra M
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@John R

Billions were printed of these which means these are not rare. These were issued in either blue, yellow and brown seal. All of these 1935 $1 comes in block varieties which explains why I begins and ends with I the same thing applies for those beginning in A and ending in A. There is no material value added because of these

Circulated condition- $1.50 to $3.36
With Folds and Creases- $7.50
Few folds and creases- $14
Mint condition- $50
Hawaii issued notes- $25
North Africa yellow seal- $25

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