Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by RTK, Jul 26, 2005.
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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 I'm correct from memory, 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, it's worth a bit more, but there were so many issued, unfortunately you can't retire on it! I keep the ones I find as talking pieces. People always ask about them unless they're numismatists!
Either way, congratulations! They're ALWAYS fun to find in a cash register! (I work at a grocery store, so I know how it feels!)
Awwwww... common now SOME of us numismatics dable in bank notes too.
(comments taken and given in good natured fun )
Lol, I didn't mean that! I just meant that everybody who doesn't collect coins I know always has that "shocked and awed" look when I show them my Silver Certs. My collector friends don't and are more serious about it....
You realize you commented on a thread that is TWELVE years old? You can easily create your own post.
now the 57,s not so much
Does the 35G have the "In God We Trust" motto on the back?
A clear pic of the note would be helpful in figuring out the grade. I'd like to take a shot at it and have @mpcusa grade my grade
Yes would be happy to help, post a pic
Sweet! And sorry, I just realized my statement was worded as pushy when I meant to say " and see if @mpcusa would grade my grade?"
Here to help you find the penny....LOL
The motto was added in the middle of the 1935G’s being printed.
So the H has it, and the D does not.
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