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$1 Silver Certificate Currency Note Cull (Random Year)

 
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$1 Silver Certificate Currency Note Cull (Random Year)

 

Dealer's Pick: the years may all be the same or vary. Additionally, these silver certificates arrive in cull condition.

This $1 Silver Certificate Currency Note (Random Year) makes a wonderful addition to any collection. Until June 24, 1968, you could take these notes to the bank and exchange the banknotes for the silver. This bill arrives in cull condition, meaning it was very heavily circulated and has many wrinkles and/or marks. However, the value of this piece lies in its history. Add a truly remarkable piece of US history to your collection today when you order this $1 Silver Certificate Currency Note from Bullion Exchanges!

Banknotes, especially silver certificates, are some of the original currency bills of the United States. These banknotes were backed by silver that was located in the US Treasury. They were created in response to the official installment of the gold standard in 1878 through the adoption of the Fourth Coinage Act. This act centralized the government as the only legal body to create coinage and legal currency. The government took action in this way to control the influx of silver circulating in the country after the discovery of the massive Comstock Lode. As a silver certificate, this US banknote displays a seal and its serial number in blue. This blue text is crucial because it marks this banknote as a genuine silver certificate. Silver certificates also indicate their denomination value in silver, “payable to the bearer on demand.” Although these are obsolete and you cannot go to a bank to collect the silver they once represented, these banknotes are still legal tender and can be accepted as a form of currency.

The obverse features the portrait of first US President George Washington, along with the denomination. The blue Treasury seal on the obverse identifies it as a Silver Certificate.

The reverse displays the denomination and the Eye of Providence on the left side, which represents strength and duration. The US Seal is featured on the right side of the bill.

Product Features:

  • Silver Certificate
  • Cull Condition
  • Dates will be chosen randomly based on availability
  • Face value of $1 US silver dollar, formerly backed by the US Government
  • Produced by the US Federal Reserve
  • Arrives in a protective plastic sleeve
  • Obverse: Displays a familiar design of the circulating $1 USD with the portrait of the first US President, George Washington, and an ornate border. Text: “SILVER CERTIFICATE”, “THIS CERTIFIES THAT THERE IS ON DEPOSIT IN THE TREASURY OF”, “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “ONE DOLLAR” “IN SILVER PAYABLE TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND”. “THIS CERTIFICATE IS LEGAL TENDER FOR ALL DEBTS, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE”, “ONE DOLLAR”, “Washington D.C.”, the serial number, US Treasury seal, series number and letter, note position letter and number, two signatures from official US treasurers, and the face value.  
  • Reverse: Contains the modern $1 US dollar reverse design with the US Seal, Eye of Providence, and ornate border. Text: “THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “IN GOD WE TRUST”, “ONE”, “ONE  DOLLAR”, as well as “ONE” and “1” in each corner.

Bullion Exchanges happily provides this $1 Silver Certificate Currency Note to our esteemed customers. More banknotes you might also enjoy include the 1923 $1 Silver Certificate Currency Note PMG UNC 62, 1882 Date Back $20 Currency Note Saint Louis, and the 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Currency Note Error PCGS AU 50 PPQ (Printed Foldover). Don’t forget to take a look at the new Goldback Notes as well! Once you place your order, your item(s) will be safely packaged and shipped to your address. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact one of our customer service representatives.

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