1935 or 1957 $1 Silver Certificate, VG/VF
A piece of history! It's hard to imagine that at one time paper money was redeemable for gold and silver. These two $1 bill's were printed during the protests of the gold-standard where the public was distrustful of paper money. We certainly have come a long way since then! These Silver Certificate's, 1935 and 1957, were actually one of the few that were redeemable for silver. They are the same size as modern $1 bills. The touches of blue, hence the "blue seal notes" give these popular notes quite a bit of character.
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