1928-A-B-C-D-E  $1.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
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n 1929, all currency was changed to its current size. The first one-dollar bills were issued as Silver Certificates and legal Tender Notes under Series of 1928. For these silver Certificates, the treasury seal and serial numbers on it were dark blue. The obverse was nearly identical to the Series of 1923 $1 Silver Certificate, but the treasury seal featured spikes around it and a large gray ONE to the left replaced the blue.
1928
$1.00
GEM-CU
A00000025-36A
$SOLD

This would be the 3rd sheet ever printed on $1.00 Series Silver Certificates. Straight from the Secretary of Treasury Andrew William Mellon Holdings. Up until 1991 there has never been an offering of a low serial number from the A-A Block under #100. Serial #12 was sold at a Stacks Auction. It realized $750.00 plus the 10 percent hammer. Decades have surpassed with ZERO offering's of low serial numbers under #100. Last month we were able to obtain and sell very quickly serial's #A47A & #A48A. Now we are offering the lowest serial numbered UNCUT sheet known. From what we understand the 2nd sheet has never surfaced. No recording's of it ever existed.  The only note to have ever been offered under #100 was #12. Last month #47-48. Here's an opportunity to own THE 3RD SHEET ever printed. Serial's #25 through #36 on this #12 Subject sheet.
1928A
$1.00
P.M.G #66EPQ
X22222222A
$SOLD


 Was part of the grinnell sale back in 1946. LOT #5134
1928A
$1.00
GEM-CU
C55554400B-C55554444B
$1400.00

#5 Lovely fancy serial numbered notes with the Double quad serial number. Each an every note grades *GEM-CU* Awesome set!
1928A
$1.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
C44444444B
$SOLD

One of three recorded. Seen a completed 28 series solid set? Only a few have ever done it!  35 Series, and FRN'S plenty!
1928A STAR
$1.00
P.M.G #64EPQ
*21667217A
$695.00

Exceptional Paper Quailty to this note. The perfect fit for your small size collection of STARS.
1933 $10.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
The first small sized $10 Silver Certificates were issued with a blue seal and serial numbers. The obverse had a similar design style to the 1928 $1 Silver Certificates; however, phrasing on the $10 bill was different from the $1 bill. This issue, with the series date of 1933, was not widely released into general circulation. Surviving examples of these notes usually sell for $10,000 to $30,000 in the numismatic community depending on the condition of the paper.
1933
$10.00
P.M.G #65 EPQ
A00000077A
$SOLD


Ex Eliasberg collection
1934 $1.00-$5.00-$10.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
 
In 1934, the design of the $1 Silver Certificate was changed to reflect the Silver Purchase Act of 1934. Under Washington's portrait, "ONE SILVER DOLLAR" was changed to "ONE DOLLAR". The treasury seal was moved to the right and the superimposed over ONE, and a blue numeral 1 was added to the left. The reverse remained the same.
1934$1.00P.C.G.S #58A77832100A$SOLD
Affordable near uncirculated silver.
1934
$5.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
A00000031A
PAIR

1934
$10.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
A00000031A
$SOLD

The lowest serial number from this print run to date is #13. Serial #31 comes from the 3rd sheet printed ever for this 34 series print run. This is a matching pair of both $5.00 an $10.00 DENOMINATIONS. A great set of notes. A00000031A.  We have seen the $5.00 silver from the 2nd sheet surpass $2500.00 in auction an the $10.00 silver on the 3rd sheet bring $2000.00 by itself. A great set of notes, at a great price.
1935A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H $1.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
In 1935, the design of the one-dollar bill was changed again. On the obverse, the blue numeral 1 was changed to gray and made smaller, the gray ONE to the right was removed, the treasury seal was made smaller and superimposed by WASHINGTON D.C., and a stylized ONE DOLLAR was added over the treasury seal. The reverse was also changed to its current design, except for the absence of IN GOD WE TRUST.
1935A
$1.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
J0000001C  *SERIAL #1*
$6700.00

Rare 35A Series One dollar Silver Serial #1 These notes are always in demand.  Popular Choice Uncirculated SERIAL #1
1935B
$1.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
D00000038D
$275.00

D-D Block....   Fred vinson signature note. Low serial #38.
1935C
$1.00
P.M.G #65EPQ
T00044000D
$290.00

Middle ultra RADAR.  Great serial number for a silver.
1935C
$1.00
GEM-CU
L77453881-907D
$275.00

#27 Consecutive silvers. L-D BLOCK
1935D
$1.00
P.M.G #63EPQ
Z99999999F
$SOLD

Last note printed for the block run. Graded as CHOICE. We agree. Nice colors, an embossing. Listed in a #65 holder on MA CURRENCY price list one year ago at $12,000.00   True Bargain. A note that spikes a major conversation every time.
1935E
$1.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
P88888888H
$4200.00

The famous solid 8's on a silver. Lovely inks, an bright paper. Hard to find on any denomination.
1953-A-B-C $5.00-$10.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
New $5 United States Notes and Silver Certificates were issued with a gray numeral 5 on the left side of the bill and the gray word FIVE with a blue seal imprinted over it on the right and blue serial numbers.


1957-A-B $1.00 SILVER CERTIFICATES.
Change came in 1957 when the $1 bill became the first piece of U.S. currency to bear the motto IN GOD WE TRUST; it was added over the word ONE on the reverse. Initially the BEP began printing the motto on notes which were printed with the new 32 note press, but soon Series of 1935G bills printed on a 16 note press featured the motto we well.
1957
$1.00
P.C.G.S #66PPQ
G22222222A
$SOLD


One of the finest solid serial numbers on a silver. 66PPQ.
1957
$1.00
P.M.G #55EPQ
L12345678A *FULL LADDER*
$4400.00

Only about a bakers dozen are known on all silver certificate up/down ladders. This one had exceptional paper quality.
1957
$1.00
P.C.G.S #67PPQ
Y00000037A
$310.00

Super high grade #37. Original an fresh from the pack it was in.
1957
$1.00
P.C.G.S #64PPQ
V00000038A
$SOLD

Original from the pack fresh low serial #38.
1957A$1.00P.M.G #66EPQN00000100A$475.00
1957B
$1.00
P.C.G.S #65PPQ
W55555555A
$1775.00

Outstanding W-A block silve certificate straight 5's. Grades 65ppq. Perfect note.