Series of 1934 $1 Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing
Series of 1934 $1 silver certificates are unlike other small size silver certificates because they have no suffix series. There is no 1934A, etc, one dollar silver certificates. 1934 $1 silver certificates also have a distinct design.
The reverse of the 1934 one dollar silver certificate is very similar to the 1928 reverse. The back of the 1934 one is dark green and snow white. The word “ONE” is very prominent. Like 1928 $1 silver certificates, 1934 ones are also called funnybacks. These notes are also only signed by Julien and Morgenthau.
Due to the fact that there are no varieties to the 1934 $1 silver certificate, they also sell for very reasonable prices. A note in average condition will cost around $12.
1934 $1 silver certificates were saved by the packs, literally. A brand new pack of 100 consecutive notes sells for around $6,000. So you can do the math and see that the retail value of choice uncirculated 1934 $1 silver certificate is $60, and that is assuming the note has good centering.
Star notes were also printed for the series of 1934 one dollar silver certificates. You can learn more about 1934 $1 star notes here.
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