Featuring a distinctive blue seal, small-sized silver certificates were issued in 1928, 1934, 1935 and 1957, and could be redeemed for their face value of silver dollar coins upon demand.
Not only was 1957 the final year that $1 silver certificates were issued, but it was also the first time that the motto IN GOD WE TRUST appeared on $1 bills in the United States. In the early 1960s as the price of silver began to rise, these silver certificates were discontinued and could no longer be redeemed for the precious metal. Crisp, About Uncirculated quality.
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Garbage. It is far from about uncirculated.
The bill is worn has folds and creases in it. And ,lol, on the front written in pen ,ink, is the number 131. So I assume at some point a book maker or loan shark had this bill because that's what they write on bills for the total amount. I would return it but it took me 6 weeks to get it so I can only imagine how long the return process will be. I'll eat the money I spent. Chalk it up to a lose.
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