Silver Certificates were originally authorized by an Act of Congress in 1878. Silver was abundant in the US due to rich deposits of silver ore being mined predominantly in Nevada. These bills specifically promised redemption in SILVER DOLLARS, which required the federal mints to produce enough silver dollars to back up the promise. Collectors of Morgan Dollars of the time really should have at least one example of an early Silver Certificate.
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$1 bill small note silver certificate with blue seal. Comes in plastic currency holder.
$1 small note, silver certificate dollar with blue seal. Comes in plastic acid free holder.
$1 Silver Certificate with "R" surcharge (experimental note) and blue seal. Comes in plastic currenc..
$1 bill, silver certificate with blue seal. Comes in plastic currency holder. Series 1928..
$1 bill, silver certificate with blue seal. Comes in plastic currency holder.
$1 bill, silver certificate with blue seal and motto on the back of the bill "In God We Trust". Come..
1899 $1 Silver Certificate Black Eagle Large Note. This bill has Napier/McClung signatures and in Ex..
This is a $10 silver certificate from the series of 1953, FR1706, and is serial # A 01208535 A. Note..
This is a $10 silver certificate from the series of 1953B, FR1708, and is serial # A 11859677 A. Not..
$5 emergency silver certificate note that was used for payment to troops in Europe and North Africa...
$1 bill silver certificate "Educational Note". Comes in plastic acid free holder.Series 1896Fri..
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