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 224 1896 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONA...

       TT FR 224 1896 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONAL LCG 64 WITH GEM APPEARANCE   ...

       TT FR 224 1896 $1 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONAL LCG 64 WITH GEM APPEARANCE     1896 $1 Silver Certificate serial number 31573396 with signatures of Tillman and Morgan. Fr 224, and plate D110/59. Graded 64 Very Choice New by Legacy. This note displays all the characteristics one would desire in a $1 Educational. The colors are gorgeous, and the margins are adequate to support the assigned grade. The painting by William H. Low that inspired this design is still hanging i...

$3,995.00

TT FR 248 1896 $2 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONA...

      TT FR 248 1896 $2 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONAL PMG 65 EPQ GEM UNCIRCULATED ...

      TT FR 248 1896 $2 SILVER CERTIFICATE EDUCATIONAL PMG 65 EPQ GEM UNCIRCULATED         1896 $2 Silver Certificate, Fr number 248 and serial number 12087745, with signatures of Bruce and Roberts. Plate A. Graded 65 EPQ (Exceptional Paper Quality) Gem Uncirculated by PMG. A very well margined note with bright colors and original embossing that can be easily seen through the third party holder. Educational deuces in this state of preservation have become rather difficult to ...

$15,950.00