US One Dollar Note Facts | Series Years, Types, Seal Colors, etc. 1935E, Silver Certificate, Blue 1928 PLAIN $5 LEGAL TENDER STAR NOTE PMG 30. Items 1 - 13 of 13 1614* $1 1935-E Silver Certificate Obs Print Error Choice PMG of the serial number affected by a printing obstruction on an early Star note. rare ten dollar paper money star note There are no star notes from 1935 or 1957 that are going to be rare. Most $1 silver certificates from those year are worth� 2 Feb 2020 stars serialled E 070 52001 * through E 076 80000 * (256,000 notes, with printings carried the motto as well; this affects part of Series 1935G and all of When the $1 note was changed from a Silver Certificate to a Federal�
The 1935 $1 silver certificate was a new design, replacing the 1934 $1 silver added a large blue numeral one to the left of Washington's portrait on the face of the note. The 1935A Mule star carries a price tag of $1,300 in Gem condition.
Typically, a 1935-E silver certificate in good condition fetches $1.25 to $1.50. Uncirculated bills are worth $2 to $4. A pack of 100 series 1935-E bills with sequential serial numbers can bring $600. Some 1935-E silver certificates are star notes. This means a star precedes the serial number, rather than a letter. These $1 Silver Certificates were redeemable for silver dollars or silver bullion up until 1964. These notes are STAR NOTES NO MOTTO from Series 1935 (random pick our choice 1935, 1935-A through G). Each bill comes in a currency sleeve for protection. The common series star notes are worth around $12-20 in very fine condition. In uncirculated condition the price is around $30-50 for bills with an MS 63 grade. The 1935 series, 1935B series and 1935G series star notes are more valuable. Each of those star notes will be worth over $100 in uncirculated condition. Best Currency Collecting Accessories 1935 one dollar silver certificate with a star in the serial number It has a star in front *18357574G IT IS A 1935g series it has a R8210 IN LOWRE RIGHT HAND. IT HAS A BLUE SEAL AND SERIAL NO# is in blue.at top it has 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.
Results 1 - 48 of 234 (3) Three 1935 E $1 Dollar Bill SILVER CERTIFICATE. $0.99 1935 E Silver Certificate Dollar - crisp - wet transfer - Star note - Offset cut. There are many different types of 1935 one dollar silver certificate star notes. There are 1935, 1935A, 1935B, 1935C, 1935D, 1935E, 1935F, 1935G, 1935H,�