Series of 1928E One Dollar Bill – Blue Seal Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing
The series of 1928E one dollar silver certificate is the rarest of the 1928 one dollar blue seal silver certificate series. It is almost twice as rare as the next key, and the 1928E $1 silver certificates is many many times rarer than 1928, 1928A, and 1928B notes.
Even a heavily circulated 1928E $1 silver certificate costs around $150. Nice 1928E blue seals go for a few hundred dollars. Choice uncirculated 1928E one dollar silver certificates start at about $1,200 and move up from there.
The 1928E is a rare issue. Less than four million 1928E $1 silver certificates were printed. The 1928E is the key to an otherwise rather easy to complete series, so it is usually in demand, especially in very low grades and very high grades.
Series of 1928E one dollar silver certificates were printed for a very short time in 1934. They were actually printed for a very short period of time concurrently with 1934 $1 silver certificates. All 1928E $1 silver certificates are signed by WA Julian and Henry Morgenthau Jr.
All 1928E 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 1928E $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 1928E one dollar silver certificates. These notes are exceptionally rare. You can learn more about 1928E $1 star notes here.
We are aggressive buyers of all 1928E one dollar silver certificates. We are looking for 1928E $1 silver certificates in any condition. We are paying especially strong prices for high grade 1928E ones and star notes.