What is a 5 dollar silver certificate worth
1934 $5 silver certificates actually come in five different varieties. There are series of 1934, 1934A, 1934B, 1934C, and 1934D. The difference between these notes is the signature combination. Each bill is clearly marked as to what series it is from:
1934 $5 silver certificates can be bought in circulated condition for about $6 per note. They are very common and only command a premium over face because they have a blue seal and are seen as curiosity items. Uncirculated 1934 five dollar silver certificates typically sell for around $25 each.
1934 blue seal star notes were also printed for every series. Some of these can be rare. You can l earn more about 1934 $5 silver certificate star notes here.
You can find the following writing on each 1934 five dollar blue seal 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”
The series year is written above the blue five and it is written again to the right of Lincoln’s portrait. All silver certificates were printed in Washington DC. They feature a blue seal and blue ink serial numbers. 1934 five dollar silver certificates have a blue seal on the right hand side of the bill and a blue five on the left hand side of the bill. Each note is signed by the Secretary of the Treasury and by the Treasurer of The United States. No 1934 five dollar blue seal bills say In God We Trust.
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Series of 1934 $5 Silver CertificateSource: www.oldcurrencyvalues.com