Series of 1928D One Dollar Bill – Blue Seal Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing
The series of 1928D one dollar silver certificate is the third key to the series. This means that out of the six different kinds of 1928 one dollar silver certificates printed, the 1928D is the third most expensive.
A circulated 1928D $1 silver certificate should cost around $40. Midgrade examples go for around $100. A choice uncirculated 1928D blue seal will cost about $250, and go up from there based on technical grade.
Just under 14.5 million 1928D one dollar silver certificates were printed.
Series of 1928D one dollar silver certificates were only printed for the seven months between June 1933 and December 1933. This coincides with the period of time that WA Julian and WH Woodfin were in office together.
All 1928D one dollar silver certificate notes feature a portrait of George Washington at center and a blue seal on the left hand side of the note. All 1928D $1 silver certificates are known as “funnybacks.” They get this name from their distinctive back design.
Star notes were also printed for the series of 1928D one dollar silver certificates. These notes are quite rare. You can learn more about 1928D $1 star notes here.
We are aggressive buyers of all 1928D one dollar silver certificates. We are looking for 1928D $1 silver certificates in any condition. We are paying especially strong prices for high grade 1928D ones and star notes.