The 1957 one dollar silver certificate is common so it's not worth much money. Billions of them were printed and you can even find some in circulation today. They have a similiar look to the 1935 one dollar silver certificate bills. There is nothing really noteworthy or special about these notes, and they resemble the modern one dollar bills.

There are three different varieties: 1957, 1957A, and 1957B. Each variety is equally common as there are no rare varieties.

1957 One Dollar Silver Certificate

Specifications

Denomination: $1.00 U.S. Dollar
Series: 1957
Type: Silver Certificate
Portrait: George Washington
Varieties: 3

How Much Is Your Bill Worth?

As mentioned, these bills aren't worth much. They only sell for around $1.50 in good condition and around $6 in uncirculated condition.

There are many different block varieties, but only one of them sells for a premium. The blocks that end and begin with the letter B are a little more rare. These BB notes are valued at around $15 in good condition.

There are star notes available and they are more rare. 1957 Star notes are bills that have an empty blue star at the beginning of the serial number.

The star notes in fair to good condition are valued about the same as the standard 1957 one dollar silver certificate notes. However the uncirculated 1957 one dollar silver certificate star notes sell at a premium, around $10-15 each.