Question by  cmschuenke (17)

Do my silver certificates still have value?


Answer by  jaydoubleewe (25)

Yes, silver certificates still have values, but they cannot be exchanged for silver from the government. They are still worth at least their nominal value as legal tender.


Answer by  AmirLUSKYsmallDICK (116)

You have to look that up online or call to find out. They probably do, but it is hard to say for sure without more information.


Answer by  Cecilia (2828)

Only as a collectors item on eBay. Do a search for silver certificats and then save the search. Also check the completed auctions to see what they've been selling for.


Answer by  Taylor (863)

To a collector, yes however you cannot take these to a bank and get the silver they once were for, you will just get a new bill of the exact same face value and they will send it to the Federal Reserve Bank to be destroyed. Keep it or sell it to a collector.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

They definitely still have value, you should check with a money shop to see exactly what they are worth, you will be surprised.


Answer by  DreamMaster (33)

Yes! A United States silver certificate bill is always worth its face amount. Many are often worth even more to currency collectors, especially if the bill is in pristine condition.


Answer by  John88 (34)

Silver Certificates can still be used as currency, but they usually have a higher price depending on condition, if you sell them toa coin dealer.

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