1935g Silver Certificate Dollar Bill Value (Understanding The Value)

Last Updated on March 11, 2022

A silver certificate dollar bill was a type of legal tender that was issued by the federal government in the late 1800s. Now, holding this bill allowed collectors to hold silver without having to buy the precious metal itself.

Keep on reading to find out the value of your 1935g silver certificate dollar bill.

How much is the 1935g silver certificate dollar bill worth?

You can sell the 1935g silver certificate dollar bill at $3.50, if it is in very fine condition.

You can expect to get around $12-17.50 in uncirculated condition. Meanwhile, the 1935 series is worth more than the 1957 one-dollar silver certificate notes.

In very fine condition, the common series star notes are worth around $7-12 and around $30 for bills with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition.

For the 1935 series, 1935A series and 1935B series, each of these notes will be worth over $100 in uncirculated condition.

Series 1935A Experimental R and S Notes

The US government wanted to experiment with a different type of paper for the one dollar silver certificates in 1944. Red R means the bill was the standard paper and meaning, it was the experimental paper if the bill has a red S. 

Around $160 for the 1935A experimental R note while around $425 for bills with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition. 

In very fine condition, the 1935A experimental S note is worth around $125. For bills with an MS 63 grade around $400 in uncirculated condition.

1935A Hawaii Notes

Also known as the 1935A WWII note, the 1935A Hawaii $1 note has a brown seal. There is a word printed Hawaii on the left hand side and on the entire back of the bill.

In very fine condition around $65 for the 1935A Hawaii $1 note. Around $195 for notes with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition.

In very fine condition, expect $250 for the 1935A Hawaii $1 star note and around $2,000 for notes with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition.

North Africa Notes

The 1935A North Africa $1 note was issued to the US military in WW and is less rare than some of the other 1935A varieties. This note has a yellow seal.

Expect around $75 for1935A North Africa $1 note in very fine condition and around $285 for notes with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition.

You can sell 1935A North Africa $1 star notes for around $400 in very fine condition while  $1,650 for notes with an MS 63 grade in uncirculated condition.

Only 144,000 North Africa Star notes were issued, making these notes rare.

What is the grading system for a 1935g silver certificate dollar bill?

Very fine– There may be some creases, folds or light smudges but still crisp. 

MS 63 choice uncirculated– This note shows no signs of ever having been in circulation and has its original crispness.