1935A $1 Hawaii Bill Value
OldMoneyPrices.com has estimated the average value of a 1935A $1 Hawaii brown seal banknote at $20. A Star note example may be worth over $300. (read more)
Country: United States
Portrait: George Washington
Numismatic Value: $20 to $300
Seal Color: Brown
Value: To give an estimate of this $1 brown seal banknote in circulated, average, condition in normal market conditions you would be looking at around $20, while the same note with a Star, like the one pictured above, would be worth around $300. The star at the end of the serial number, also known as a replacement note via Wiki, will increase the value of any U.S. banknote.
Text on Note: Silver Certificate – This certifies that there is on deposit in the treasury of the United States of America – This certificate is legal tender for all debts, public and private – HAWAII – One Dollar – Washington, D.C. – One Dollar in Silver Payable to the bearer on demand – George Washington – One Dollar – Brown Seal – Brown Serial Number