Series of 1934 $5 Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing

Series of 1934 Five Dollar Silver Certificate – Values and Pricing

Series of 1934 $5 silver certificates are very common.  Since these were the first 1934 $5 silver certificates printed, these notes could have low serial numbers.  If your 1934 $5 silver certificate has a serial number that begins with letter E and ends with the letter A, then it had a chance to be worth more than the values below.

Value in Circulated Condition of 1934 $5 Silver Certificate: $6.50

Value in CU or Better Condition of 1934 $5 Silver Certificate:  $25

Number of 1934 $5 Silver Certificates Printed: around 356,352,000

Star Notes Printed:  Yes, click here for 1934 $5 star note pricing

Seal:  Located on the right hand side of the bill in blue ink

Serial Number:  Written in blue ink, can begin with the letter A, B, C, D, E, or a star symbol

Inscriptions on 1934 $5 Silver Certificate: “Silver Certificate This Certifies That There Is On Deposit In The Treasury Of The United States Of America Five Dollars In Silver Payable To The Bearer On Demand” – “This Certificate Is Legal Tender For All Debts Public And Private”

Series of 1934 $5 Silver Certificates Were Printed In:  Washington DC

Series of 1934 $5 Silver Certificates Feature a Portrait Of:  Abraham Lincoln

Treasurer of The United States on 1934 $5 Silver Certificates:  W. A. Julian

Secretary of The Treasury on 1934 $5 Silver Certificates:  Henry Morgenthau Jr.

Do 1934 $5 Silver Certificates Say In God We Trust: No

We only purchase 1934 five dollar silver certificates if they are star notes or are from a large consecutive run. Contact us if you have a star or a sequential group: