1935 Silver Certificate Printing Error

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by Calvin56, May 23, 2011.

  1. Calvin56

    Calvin56 New Member

    I have 6 mint uncirculated 1935 G Silver Certificates that have a print error. The right margin of all of the notes measure less than 1/16" and the seal appears lower on all of the bills.

    Five of the Silver Certificates are consecutive numbers starting with C 62015985 J.
    They do not have the motto on the reverse side.

    The notes have been in my possession for 45 years.

    Could someone please put a value on these.
    Thank you
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  3. Dave M

    Dave M Francophiliac

    You'll want to post images of them for folks to see. While the short margin is probably a strike against, the low printing of the seal could be a good thing if it is dramatic.

  4. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    Welcome to CT!

    Not without pictures and names of signers.

    I don't know about the motto.

    FYI. Those are "notes", not bills. Notes do not have "mint errors" as they are not minted, they are printed.
  5. Calvin56

    Calvin56 New Member

    How do I go about posting a picture of one of the notes?
  6. rickmp

    rickmp Frequently flatulent.

    If you have a scanner, you can scan and upload the pictures. Use the "Go Advanced" button below.
    Scan one note at a time so the files are not too big to upload. (some newer scanners/programs
    will not allow you to copy currency)
  7. John Fuller

    John Fuller New Member

    I have a 1935e silver certificate numbers are *80398266d what can it be worth u can email me at this email

    [email deleted by moderator - sorry, that's a no-no]

    John- you'd have better luck at getting a reply if you posted this in your own thread instead of making it a reply to someone else's seven-year-old thread. Pictures might be good, too.
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