Silver Certificates

Silver certificates were issued between 1878 and 1964 in the U.S. These were representative money and part of the circulation for paper currency. The certificates were originally redeemable for their face value in silver dollar coins, and then for one year, from June of 1967 to June of 1968, for raw silver bullion. Since 1968, silver certificates have only been redeemable in Federal Reserve Notes and are therefore basically obsolete, though the certificates are still legal tender.

TT FR 0311 1880 $20 SILVER CERTIFICATE SCARCE S...

    TT FR 311 1880 $20 SILVER CERTIFICATE SCARCE STEPHEN DECATUR PMG 30 VERY FINE   1...

    TT FR 311 1880 $20 SILVER CERTIFICATE SCARCE STEPHEN DECATUR PMG 30 VERY FINE   1880 $20 Silver Certificate. Fr 311 and serial number B3103105. Plate position A2/17. Signatures of Bruce and Wyman. Graded 30 Very fine by PMG. Stephen Decatur twenties are not terribly common notes in any grade, and they become considerably more scarce as one goes up the grade ladder. This piece has the look of an Extremely Fine note, but is in a PMG holder graded Very Fine 30. Commodore Stephen ...

$10,500.00

TT FR 1610 1935A $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EXPERIME...

  TT FR 0001610 1935A $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EXPERIMENTAL (S) PCGS 67 P...

  TT FR 0001610 1935A $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EXPERIMENTAL (S) PCGS 67 PPQ SUPERB GEM NEW    1935A $1 Silver Certificate, FR# 1610, displaying serial# S74741650C . Fr# 1610. Plate# D5843/3278. Signatures of Julian and Morgenthau. This note is a experimental (S) Silver Certificate. A grading of 67 GEM PPQ was given by PCGS. Hard to argue the quality of this note. Deep embossing, bright white paper and fresh appeal. Silver Certificates were used for a time in the U...

$2,595.00