The 1934 one dollar silver certificate is a common note. Therefore it's not worth as much as some of the other silver certificates. It has a unique look because it's the only bill with a large blue "one" printed on the left side of the bill.
The 1934 series is also unique because there are no suffix series. For example there is no 1934A, 1934B, etc. There is also only one signature pair, as every note is signed by Julien and Morgenthau.
They are nicknamed funnybacks along with the 1928 one dollar silver certificate notes. This is because initially people thought the back had a funny design. The font is different from previous series.
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How Much Is Your Bill Worth?
Although these bills are old, they just aren't very valuable. Many people saved them, and some people even saved them by the pack.
In lightly circulated condition you can buy one for around $20. In uncirculated condition the price is around $100. However if you have a star note or a low serial number then your bill will be worth more money.
Star notes are easy to spot. They are bills that have a star symbol either before or after the serial number. Star notes are usually rare but the 1934 star notes are relatively common. Over seven million of these star notes were printed.
In lightly circulated condition a 1934 one dollar silver certificate star note sells for around $70. In uncirculated condition the price is going to be well over $100.