We are pleased to offer for sale this One Dollar Bill Silver
Certificate NO MOTTO Series 1935 US Currency.
Silver Certificates are off-quality notes that may have some
stains, tears, heavy folds or writing. These $1
were redeemable for silver dollars or silver bullion up until 1964.
These notes are Series
1935 (random pick our
choice 1935, 1935-A through G). Each
bill comes in a currency sleeve for protection.
make a nice addition to any currency collection!
Information on these Silver
Series 1935 One Dollar Bills
In 1929 all US Currency was changed to its current
modern size. Silver Certificates as well as Legal Tender Notes were the
first small sized $1 bills issued. The series 1935 bill can be
differentiated from past series by its completely redesigned reverse.
The reverse was changed from the so called "Funny Back" style to the
style we know today featuring the Eye of Providence Pyramid and Bald
Eagle. One additional change was made to the reverse during the
1935G Series. The motto "IN GOD WE TRUST" was inserted on the
reverse of the bill above the large centered "ONE". This created two
versions of the 1935G series bill - one "with motto," and one "without
motto" (the 1935 Series A-F all do not have the motto, and all of
Series 1935H have the motto).
While the reverse was newly designed, the obverse
maintained its original appearance with these slight changes:
* The use of a cropped
version of the George
Washington portrait previously featured on large size $1 Silver
* The blue numeral 1 was changed
to gray and
* The gray "ONE" to the right
* The treasury seal was made
superimposed by "WASHINGTON D.C."
* A stylized "ONE DOLLAR" was
added over the
is a Silver Certificate?
Certificates were United States Currency authorized in the Act
of Congress of February 28, 1878 and issued through 1964.
Large size Silver
issued through 1923 and then the currency
changed to the small or modern size we use today.
Certificates all have distinguishing blue seals. Silver Certificates could
be exchanged for silver dollars or silver bullion. The
Silver Law of 1963 changed this, discontinuing redemption for silver
dollars in 1964; then silver bullion in 1968 (based on silver price of
$1.29 per ounce). Small size
Silver Certificates have
been issued in $1, $5, and $10 denominations.
Small size $1 Silver
Certificates were printed in multiple series: 1928, 1928 A
through E, 1934, 1935, 1935 A through H, 1957, 1957 A and B.
also printed in multiple series: 1934, 1934 A through D, 1953, 1953 A
through C. $10 Silver
Certificates were printed in multiple series as well:
1933, 1933 A, 1934, 1934 A through D, 1953, 1953 A and B.
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