Silver Certificates

Silver certificates were made available during the U.S. circulation of paper money and were only redeemable for face value in silver dollar coins. Silver certificates were reduced in size in 1928 and available from 1928-1964. They were sold only in denominations of $1, $5, and $10. See below for some small-sized silver certificates available in the Philadelphia area.

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Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
1603$1Silver Certificates1928CCH VF$295
FR 1603 $1 Silver Certificates

A vividly inked and problem free Silver Certificate with margins all around.

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1605$1Silver Certificates1928EVF$465
FR 1605 $1 Silver Certificates

An evenly circulated and well centered example of a tougher type note.  

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1620$1Silver Certificates1957AUNC$45
FR 1620 $1 Silver Certificates

Bright and vividly inked Silver Certificate bearing the courtesy autograph of Elizabeth Rudel Smith, treasurer. Uncirculated with boardwalk margins all […]

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1654Wi$5Silver Certificates1934DPMG 66EPQ$165
FR 1654Wi $5 Silver Certificates

A lovely $5 ’34D Silver with broad and balanced margins all around, vivid inks and bright paper.  Exceptional Paper Quality […]

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1654-Wi$5Silver Certificates1934DGem CU $45
FR 1654-Wi $5 Silver Certificates

A beautiful GEM CU 1934D Silver with pleasing margins and dark blue seals and numbers.

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1701$10Silver Certificates1934PMG 64 $1450
FR 1701 $10 Silver Certificates

Great Embossing noted by PMG.  A boldly inked, bright and well centered ’34 Silver with broad margins all around.  Low […]

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1702$10Silver Certificates1934AVF$85
FR 1702 $10 Silver Certificates