1920s $1 Silver Certificate
This certificate is part of the 1923 series, and feature "Silver Certificate" at the top and beautiful blue seals and serial numbers. The Department of the Treasury issued these certificates to be exchanged for silver dollars. The practice stopped in 1968 when the price of silver rose too high. Even though Silver Certificates are no longer printed, those which remain outstanding are still legal tender and can be spent just like a Federal Reserve Note.
Silver certificates were first made in 1878. The size of these certificates was large and the artwork stunning. Much plainer, modern sized notes were made from 1928 to the 1960's.
- Dated 1923
- E series and D series available
- Size: 7 1/4" x 3 1/8”
- Comes in sturdy clear plastic sleeve
- This is an original note, not a reproduction
- Antique money is NON-RETURNABLE
- Still a U.S. legal tender!
- Not discountable