Series of 1957 $1 Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing
1957 $1 silver certificates are very very common. We sell them for $1.50 in average circulated condition. There is just nothing special about these. 1957 $1 silver certificates were printed by the billions and there are way too many still in existence to be rare.
These come in three different types. There are series 1957, 1957A, and 1957B. They are all equally common and none of them command premiums.
1957 $1 silver certificates can be bought in packs on 100. These typically sell for around $450.
There are many different block varieties on all series of 1957 $1 silver certificates. Whether the serial number starts with an A or Z, or any other letter, the value will still be the same. The one exception is notes that begin and end with the letter B. BB notes are slightly rarer, but still worth less than $50.
These silver certificates feature George Washington, a blue seal, and the following wording:
This certifies that there is on deposit in the treasury of
The United States of America
In silver payable on demand”
“This certificate is legal tender
for all debts public and private”
Star notes were also printed for all series of 1957 one dollar silver certificates. You can learn more about 1957 star notes here.
We do not buy 1957 $1 silver certificates. Unfortunately they just aren’t collectible and we don’t have a market for them. However, we would be happy to purchase 1957 silver certificates if they are a part of a larger collection.