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.

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Fr No.DenomTypeDateGradePrice
311$20Silver Cert.1880PCGS 40 $18500
FR 311 $20

A scarce $20 1880 Decatur note and one of only 157 examples in Track and Price census. A vividly inked […]

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318$20Silver Cert.1891VF$1675
FR 318 $20

This nicely centered Manning Note has bold blue serial  numbers, vivid red seal and forest green reverse.  Evenly circulated and […]

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318$20Silver Cert.1891PMG 15NET$895
FR 318 $20

Repaired and Thinning noted by PMG on this Choice Fine Manning.  This affordable example has retained its pleasing colors on […]

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