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Question by Earnie
Submitted on 3/12/2004
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I came across an envelope containing 13 consecutively numbered 1935H one dollar silver certificates while doing a coin inventory for a friend.  The first serial # is D97744226J and back numbers range from 6815 to 6818.  They are crisp and appear to be uncirculated.  They are slightly off center (left border is approx. twice the size of right border), and each has a tiny black mark on the top center that appears to be a result of the printing process.  Can anyone tell me anything about the value of these?  Thanks!

Answer by Pete
Submitted on 3/14/2004
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Hi..well if uncirculated dealer bid price of $5.50.



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