The 1923 one dollar silver certificates are the most common of the large silver certificates. They are old, but they aren't that valuable because millions were printed and many people saved them. Tens of thousands of them are still in existence.

These silver certificates have a blue seal. If your note has a red seal then it's not a silver certificate, it would actually be a 1923 one dollar legal tender note.

There are three different signature combinations for this series. The common ones are Speelman and White, followed by Woods and White. The signature combination of Woods and Tate is the rarest, although it's still fairly common.

This bill is sometimes called "horse blanket" due to its size. But the 1923 note is not the only bill to be called horse blanket, as it's a term used to describe any large bill. The term horse blanket refers to the bill being large enough to cover the back of a horse. The 1923 notes and other large currency notes are about 25% larger than the current US bills in circulation.

1923 One Dollar Silver Certificate

1923 One Dollar Silver Certificate Back

Specifications

Denomination: $1.00 U.S. Dollar
Series: 1923
Type: Silver Certificate
Note Size: Large
Portrait: George Washington
Varieties: 3

How Much Is Your Bill Worth?

These notes aren't worth much money, even in great condition. In good condition they go for around $20. In uncirculated condition the price is around $100.

However there are some other factors that could make your note more valuable. For example, you can get more money if your note has either a low serial number or a block serial number.

There are also star notes, which are slightly more rare. Star notes are notes that have a star symbol either before or after the serial number. These notes are more valuable but there are still many 1923 one dollar silver certificate star notes. They are the most common star notes on the market.