4 years ago#1
Guest
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HOW MUCH IS A 1957 one dollar bill (blue seal) worth?

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3 years ago#2
skipr4520
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I have several different denominational/yr bills, the bills that I have that are as yours are were only worth from $ 1.10 cents (circulated) to $ 2.00 uncirculated.

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3 years ago#3
Haleiwahi
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Appreciate your responses Skipr - Usually those bills in good but circulated condition G5 in todays world realize 1.5*face value at the most. I have seen them $5 in VF20 condition and in MS63 up to $17 although sometimes people do ask or expect more.

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2 years ago#4
Brian
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Hi,
You did not specify if the bill is circulated or not.Also certified or not and the condition of the bill please attach appropriate photo of the bill for more pointed finding .

Thanks in advance

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2 years ago#5
old timer
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i want to know or guestimate if Confederate money such as 20 and 50 dollar bills are valuable? they are in incredible shape,but have been in circulation to my knowledge. i have no way of taking pictures that i know of.

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8 months ago#6
Jackie Washington
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How much is a 1957 blue seal dollar worth

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8 months ago#7
tonysrealdeal
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Greeting, Aloha has this changed at all since this posting??

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6 months ago#8
Ellen
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How much is a blue seal 1957b dollar bill worth

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6 months ago#9
Need more info
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Don't expect much more over face value.

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5 months ago#10
alene
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How much is a 1957 A blue seal one dollar bill which is totally unwrinkled and flat. Also a 1957 blue seal one dollar bill in the same condition?

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5 months ago#11
webb
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How much is a one dollar bill 1957 AL worth

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5 months ago#12
Marra M
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Hello there

Circulated -Face value or just more than a dollar

Star Notes- $2.99 to $9.99

Uncirculated - $15

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3 months ago#13
Abel Diaz
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How much is this bill worth, photo attached

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3 months ago#14
Marra M
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Hello there Abel

Most 1957 $1 is worth a very small premium over its face value.

Circulated- from $1.25 to $1.50

Uncirculated- $2 to $4

This is not a star note since, star notes are worth a bit more than these.

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3 months ago#15
anonymous
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my dad has two of these and I wanted to know how much it was worth, because it was a silver certificate. I was searching trough the comments and you made my day! thx so much!

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3 months ago#16
Marra M
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Hi Anonymous

I am glad to have help you with the answers that I gave to another guest

God Bless!

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2 months ago#17
Cook732
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Lol I just got a 1957 bill today! It's not horrible shape but def circulated

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2 months ago#18
Danilo
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I just saw a video where a guy explained that in old days the bill was a certificate that states you have 3 oz of gold or silver in the bank, if you read over the face it says "this certify that you have a deposit in the bank of the USA" this means that the bill basicly worth 3 oz of gold or silver.
Silver Price Per Ounce $ 16.20
Gold Price Per Ounce $ 1,204.52
I think you have to keep asking you may get a surpraise

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1 month ago#19
Yvette
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How much dollar from 1957 worth with a blue sail

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1 month ago#20
Marra M
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Hi there Yvette

1957 $1 silver certificate from 1957 is considered to be extremely common that currency dealers will buy it for $1.50 in circulated condition.

Estimated selling price circulated condition -from $2.75 to $3.99

Uncirculated- from $9.95

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1 month ago#21
jdl51
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Gold or silver certificates are no longer redeemable in gold or silver, and haven't been for decades now.

"Can I redeem my gold or silver certificate for gold or silver at a Federal Reserve Bank?
No. However, gold and silver certificates are sometimes more valuable to collectors than their face value. Check with a local coin or currency dealer in your area who can assess their worth as a collectible."

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3 weeks ago#22
heidi
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