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    Posted: 15 Sep 2011 at 6:21am
Thanks  for this  post.  Good revised of currency grade.

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you would anticipate it would be a nice bill at a nice price. but allegedly the blooming area prices are down appropriate now, on baby sized currency. cardboard bill allocation is as austere as bread grading.
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One other thing that people don't always think about is that there are some rarer serial number blocks that have higher values within some issues. The Standard Guide to Small-Size U.S. Paper Money 1928 to Date by John Schwartz and Scott Lindquist would be a useful reference to have.
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A  1934A $5  silver certificate in UNC?  You're dealing with a note, according to sigs,  from $60 to $100.  Buy books to research what you collect.  The basis currency book is Paper Money of the United States by Arthur L. Friedberg.    Let me say this... REGULAR Silver certificates ARE NOT RARE...(is used and ragged) unless you have an ERROR NOTE, A CRISP NEW NOT, MULTIPLE ON SHEET, STAR NOTES, or Unsual Signature, etc.  I have hundreds of these notes in used condition and I am amazed that someone people think they are RARE.

If you want to specialize in National Banknotes, get... National Bank Notes - 6th Edition by Don Kelly.  Kelly's book will tell you how many notes were issues on each bank and how many are accounted for... thus, giving you an idea of the rarity of a National Bank Note and how many notes are still un-accounted for... maybe laying in a trunk in the attic, a roof rafter, buried in the ground, etc.   
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great info! 
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you would think it would be a nice bill at a nice price.  but allegedly the green sheet prices are down right now, on small sized currency.  paper currency grading is as strict as coint grading.   and it seems anything not graded and sealed by pcgs is a risky venture.
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Wonderful information.
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Originally posted by stonechip10 stonechip10 wrote:

im not a collector and dont know anything about coins or paper money could anyone tell me if a 1934A $5  silver certificate with the blue seal is worth anything and what is a good price to get on ebay its in nice shape not all ripped and bent up. This is my first time here so i have to figure out how  to get around this site thanks for the help my email is stonechip10@yahoo.com in case i dont find the reply here thank you
 
That Bill is worth quite a bit from what i know if it has the right signature it oculd be worth around 500 unc so iam assuming the bill is V.f -very fine, it should be worth 250 again with the proper signature, the best refrence would be to buy a book specializing in U.s currency, or the a World Currency book although it does not specialize in a specific country.
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im not a collector and dont know anything about coins or paper money could anyone tell me if a 1934A $5  silver certificate with the blue seal is worth anything and what is a good price to get on ebay its in nice shape not all ripped and bent up. This is my first time here so i have to figure out how  to get around this site thanks for the help my email is stonechip10@yahoo.com in case i dont find the reply here thank you
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Thanks Coldshot there is a mountain of info thereClap
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Thanks Coldshot for the detailed explanation  of currency grades.Smile
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thnx friend...
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