Silver Certificates

Silver certificates were issued by the United States as early as 1878, as part of its circulation of paper money. They were intended to be redeemable for their worth in silver dollar coins, but since 1968 have only been redeemable in Federal Reserve Notes. Large size silver certificates were issued from 1878-1923, while small size silver certificates were issued from 1928-1964.

  • Type

Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
269$5Silver Cert.1896PCGS 45$6200
FR 269 $5

This vividly inked Educational has all the eye appeal of a much higher grade note.  Pleasing margins all around, bold […]

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272$5Silver Cert.1899PMG 55$2475
FR 272 $5

A desirable example of the Lyons/Treat Chief and the second toughest FR  number recorded with by Track & Price with […]

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274$5Silver Cert.1899PCGS 30$950
FR 274 $5

A tougher FR number with only 389 notes recorded. This Chief is bright and nicely centered on front and back.

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278$5Silver Cert.1899VG$325
FR 278 $5

An intact and affordable Chief.

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280$5Silver Cert.1899Abt. Fine$375
FR 280 $5

An affordable Chief with margins all around.  There is some staining on the front of the note.

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281$5Silver Cert.1899Fine/VF$635
FR 281 $5

An affordable example of the always popular “Chief”.  Margins all around with some light staining noticeable at bottom.

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282$5Silver Cert.1923PMG 30EPQ$1875
FR 282 $5

A pleasing Porthole note with margins all around, vivid blue serial numbers  and Exceptional Paper Quality noted by PMG.

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301$10Silver Cert.1891PMG 25$1375
FR 301 $10

A bright, pleasing and evenly circulated Tombstone with vivid red seal, bold blue serial numbers and margins all around.

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366$10Treasury Notes1890PCGS 30$3150
FR 366 $10

A desirable large brown seal Treasury note with pleasing centering, vivid seal and deep red serial numbers.  An evenly circulated […]

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