Description: One dollar silver certificates from 1934 are common even in high grade. These $1 silver certificates are often called funny backs due to the reserve of the note and how it was printed. We wrote an in-depth price guide on $1 1928 silver certificates, which looks very similar to these 1934 types. If you have a silver certificate you have any questions about, please contact us by email or phone today.
The 1934 $1 silver certificates are very popular among collectors because of its inexpensive cost and the fact it’s a blue seal silver certificate bill. Unfortunately, collectors hoarded these bills and are common today. These notes always come with blue ink serial numbers, seal, and large blue 1 overprint on the left-hand side of the bill.
Value: The value of 1934 one dollar silver certificates is based upon condition and serial number. We are looking to buy low serial numbers and star notes for $1 1934 silver certificates as we can pay the most for these. These bills are only worth around $10. However, we have paid over $6,250 for packs of uncirculated, consecutive silver certificate packs.
While 1934 $1 silver certificates are common, but you could have a high grade or low serial number bill. If you want to talk to us about it, or are interested in selling the bill, please contact us today.