1935 1 dollar silver certificate

1935 1 dollar silver certificate

1935 1 dollar silver certificate

One dollar silver certificates were issued by the United States Treasury as part of its circulation of paper money known as ‘certificates’. These were first issued in 1878 and continued to be produced until 1921. During that period there were several design changes, with the first one dollar silver certificate having a blue serial number and a blue charter mark, when it was printed in 1898.

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1878 1 dollar silver certificate

The first 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1878. It was printed on yellow paper and had a blue charter number and serial number. The design featured an image of the Capitol Building. There were around 100,000 of these printed.

1899 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1899. This was also printed on yellow paper, but the charter number and serial number were now red. The design featured an image of an eagle. Around 200,000 of these were printed.

1900 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1900. Again, it was printed on yellow paper, and the charter number and serial number were red. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 35,000 of these were printed.

1901 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1901. The design was the same as the 1900 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now white. It featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 200,000 of these were printed.

1902 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1902. The design was the same as the 1901 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now yellow. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 1.4 million of these were printed.

1903 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1903. The design was the same as the 1902 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now white. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 470,000 of these were printed.

1904 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1904. The design was the same as the 1903 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now yellow. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 5 million of these were printed.

1905 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1905. The design was the same as the 1904 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now white. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 4 million of these were printed.

1910 1 dollar silver certificate

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1910. The design was the same as the 1905 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now yellow. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 1 million of these were printed.

1914 1 Dollar Silver Certificate (Blue Seal)

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1914. The design was the same as the 1905 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now blue. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 10,000 of these were printed.

1914-D One Dollar Silver Certificate (Blue Seal)

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1914. This is known as the ‘blue seal’ 1 dollar silver certificate. The design was the same as the 1905 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now blue. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 30,000 of these were printed.

1921 One Dollar Silver Certificate (Blue Seal)

The next 1 dollar silver certificate was printed in 1921. This is known as the ‘blue seal’ 1 dollar silver certificate. The design was the same as the 1905 1 dollar silver certificate, but the paper was now blue. The design featured an image of a sinking ship, with the word ‘progress’ in the foreground. Around 400,000 of these were printed.

Conclusion

One dollar silver certificates are a great addition to any collection of paper money. They come in a number of different designs, and the earlier issues are more valuable than the later ones. They are also collectible in their own right, so they make a great investment as well.

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