Question by  jevitiz (142)

What is the value of a silver certificate?

I have a silver certificate and need to know the value of it, can you find that for me?


Answer by  silversmith (7)

Silver certificates carry only a small premium over their face value. Most common certificates have a face value of $1, $5, and $10. If your certificate is circulated, expect a 10-30% premium at best. A $1 dollar certificate that hasn't been in circulating may fetch a 100-400% premium. You can expect similar % premiums for higher valued certificates.


Answer by  GilFinn (2065)

You would need to take it to a dealer to get an accurate appraisal. It will always be worth at least its face value be it a 1, 2, 5, or 10 dollar certificate. The better its condition the more its worth. Folds, wrinkles, tears, fading, and dirt devalue these items quickly and significantly.


Answer by  joe21 (26)

Most silver certificates sell for a little more than the face value. For example, a $1 silver certificate may sell for $1.25 to $1.50 depending on year and condition.


Answer by  Bob64 (87)

Silver certificates can used as money for the face value printed on the certificate. Collectors may buy a silver certificate for more than the face value. How much a collector would pay depends on several factors, such as condition and date of the silver certificate, if it is a replica, and the design printed on the silver certificate.


Answer by  Anonymous

how much is a 1935D Silver Certificate worth?

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