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America's Obsolete Currency 1957 Silver Certificate

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  • Case & Packaging Information: Vinyl
  • Certificate of Authenticity Included?: Yes

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America's Obsolete Currency 1957 Silver Certificate

The 1957 Silver Certificate was the last series of Silver Certificates issued by the United States government to be backed by actual silver. Silver Certificates also known as Blue Seals and Blue Seal Notes are still legal tender but since 1968 they have been redeemable only in Federal Reserve Notes and may no longer be exchanged for silver. A 1957 Silver Certificate is housed in a protective wallet for your enjoyment. The 1957 Silver Certificate series includes 1957, 1957a and 1957b. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing began producing currency on high-speed rotary presses that printed notes via the dry intaglio process. The first notes printed by this process were the 1957 Silver Certificates Series. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.


  • No Longer Produced
  • Genuine US Currency
  • Was Backed By Real Silver
  • Display Portfolio
  • Includes A Certificate of Authenticity
  • Mint Marks and Years May Vary

America's Obsolete Currency 1957 Silver Certificate

  • Certificate of Authenticity Included?: Yes
  • Case & Packaging Information: Vinyl
  • Dimensions: 0.13 inches (H) x 4.0 inches (W) x 6.0 inches (L)
  • Weight: 3.0 ounces
  • Included in the box: Coins in Vinyl Wallet
  • Made in United States

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