Question by  guilty (10)

What is the value of a 1935 Silver Certificate?


Answer by  bug57 (1048)

There were two series of 1935 Silver Certificates produced by the U.S. Mint. They are the F and G series. F is worth around $5, G is worth $7-$8.


Answer by  SpaceMunkee (245)

The 1935 silver certificate is very common, and that means it is very easy to find, which affects the value considerably. Depending on condition, it is worth between $1 and $10 today, with unfolded common (F series) crisp bills being worth $6 and up, and the less common (G series) being worth $8 and up.


Answer by  Esme (535)

The value of Silver Certificate depends on the denomination serial number, series and the overall condition of the certificate. The 1935G series is valued around $1.50-$2.00 and if it is in good condition, then has value around $7.00-$8.00. While 1935F series has a value around $1.25 and if it is in excellent condition has value around $5.00


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Most silver certificates carry a premium over their face value. In most cases it is to be 1-30% above the certificates value.

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