How much does a Silver certificate Series 1935D serial number V33312261E number on the back is 4745 is worth?
It is sign by John W Snyder it does not have an Signature from Clark on it.
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
I'm going to have to disagree with the other answers you've gotten so far.
Since Series 1935D notes were only issued in the $1 denomination, that has to be what you've got. And the serial number is important--if it had a star at the beginning, that would mean you have a replacement for a note that was damaged during production. Those are generally worth more, but your note isn't a "star note".
Now for the bad news--if it's got any wear on it, you're not going to get much over face value for it. If you could get more than about $1.50 from a dealer, you'd be ahead in the game (worn silver certificates typically sell for $3 or so each at a dealer.)
The "4745" on the back is the plate number. All of the printing plates that are used are numbered, and your bill was printed with back plate #4745. If you look on the lower right corner of the front of the note, you'll find the "face plate" number, which is probably different.
BTW, because of the way notes are dated, the year on the note is almost never the year it was printed. Series 1935D notes were printed from 1949 to 1953.
- exactdukeLv 79 years ago
You left out the most important information - what denomination is the note - 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, etc?? Without this, no one can help.
Check ebay, they sell silver certificates.
- curtisports2Lv 79 years ago
The serial number is not important. The denomination is, and the condition even more so.