|Ugh, some of you just don't know how to use grammer, don't know how to turn off the caps lock key, don't know the amount of !'s or ?'s you must stop at before looking like a complete idiot, or just don't know how to connect your brain to the rest of you body...
Anyway, I have a crisp 1935 one dollar bill. It has no stains or tears and it is a bit shriveled but not folded or wrinkled.
I would like to know how much it is worth. I would like information from someone who has the intelligence level higher than that of a fruit-bat though...
my e-mail address is email@example.com
Please, some of you, do us all a favor and learn how to use such things as punctuation and correct capitalization as well as spelling. Also, please learn how to get people's attention in other ways than "WhEeEeEeEeEeEeEeEeE!!!11!!!1!!1!!!!!one!1!11one!11eleven!!111111!!!11shiftone!1111!".
"you are all idiots"
Only the ones who look like total N00bs, and the ones who want to sell their dollars on ebay. I just found my dollar today. I want to know how much it's worth not to sell it, but to know if it has value at all.
"none of us are going to get rich with our stupid dollars."
I agree on that one, but it is always good to know the value of something, so that you don't just dispose of it.
"how do you go about selling silver certificates and other old coins?"
Uh, e-bay, flee markets, yard/garage sales. There are plenty of ways.
"I HAVE A SILVER CERTIFICATE X1193540I -1935
I HAVE A SILVER CERTIFICATE 895892869A-1934
I WOULD LIKE TO NO HOW MUCH IT IS WORTH"
Step one, turn off your caps lock key before I and many others get an aneurysm. Step two, learn how to use the correct word, it's "know" not "no".
"I have a wooden nickle, with a bite mark on one side. Is it worth more than $0.05?????"
Well, duh it's worth more than 5c, It's friggin' wooden.
Um, yeah, that's nice, but completely unrelated...
"I have a 1935E Silver Certificate Dollar bill, 3 folds,the back is slightly discolored. Numbers in back right corner are 6011. Bill is crisp. Just wondering what it may be worth. I also have 2 1957 silver certificates both with 3 folds but no stains at all. One is 107 and the other is 324."
Bows to yee of good grammer.
"My wife has a 1935 one dollar silver certificate, but the difference is that the back side was printed in all yellow ink. If anyone has info on the value or anything interesting about why it was printed in yellow, I would be interested in hearing from you...
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org"
Oh grow up you friggin' loser...Your posting name also shows exactly how low your maturity level is. Besides, there is no "e" in "having" any idiot can figure that out...
"favorite baseball player"
What? Yeah, OK, you're retarded, we know, move along please.
"I have a 1935E with a white line through it on the back it dose not say in god we trust the series no is C6991962h AND THE CUT OF THE DOLLER IS LARGER ON THE SIDE WITH THE LINE THAT IS THE WHITE STRIP ALONG THE SIDE OF THE DOLLER CAN YOU TELL ME IF THIS COULD BE WORTH ANYTHING"
W3ll HaPPy Du|V|B n00b D4y T0 YOu T0O!1111!!!!!
"OK. There have been A LOT of questions on this page and NO ANSWERS!!! None, but the genius who said "It's worth a dollar". Anyway, I just spoke with a coin dealer, and he said a 1935 Silver Certificate, depending on series and condition, could be worth anywhere from slightly over face value to about $20. Is everybody happy?"
THERE'S YOUR FRIGGIN' ANSWER!
Although this totally contradicts it...
"A 1935 Silver Certificate is worth One Hundred Dollars"