$1 Silver Certificate Value. Silver Cork Wedge.
$1 Silver Certificate Value
- (Silver Certificates) Silver certificates and Red Seal notes are quite common. In fact, billions were made. Since the notes are so common, only the best quality notes command a numismatic premium. The high quality notes are referred to as crisp uncirculated.
- formerly a bank note issued by the United States Treasury and redeemable in silver
- Silver Certificates are a type of representative money printed from 1878 to 1964 in the United States as part of its circulation of paper currency.
This is a cropped black and white rendition of the reverse of a US $2 bill, depicting the painting of the signing of the American Declaration of Independence. The painter was John Trumball. As Wikipedia explains below, the $2 bill is quite a rare sight;; here's what Wikipedia says: "The United States two-dollar bill ($2) is a current denomination of U.S. currency. Former U.S. President Thomas Jefferson is featured on the obverse of the note. The design on the obverse (excluding the elements of a Federal Reserve Note) is the oldest design of current U.S. currency, having been adopted in 1929. The reverse is the second oldest design, having been adopted in 1976. An engraved modified reproduction of the painting The Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull is featured on the reverse. Featuring John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, it is one of only two U.S. Currency notes that features two Presidents (the $5000 features George Washington and James Madison). Two state quarters also feature multiple presidents: the Illinois State Quarter (George Washington and Abraham Lincoln) and the South Dakota State Quarter (Mount Rushmore, four total presidents). In spite of its relatively low value among the denominations of U.S. currency, the two-dollar bill is one of the most rarely seen in circulation and actual use. It is almost never given as change for commercial transactions, and thus consumers rarely have one on hand. Production of the note is quite low; under 1% of all notes currently produced are $2 bills. This comparative scarcity in circulation has led to an overall lack of public awareness of the $2 bill and has also inspired urban legends and folk beliefs concerning it. Throughout the $2 bill's pre-1928 life as a large-sized note, it was issued as a United States Note, Silver Certificate, and Treasury or "Coin" Note. When U.S. currency was changed to its current size, the $2 bill was issued only as a United States Note. After United States Notes were discontinued, the $2 bill later began to be issued as a Federal Reserve Note. Two-dollar bills are delivered by Federal Reserve Banks in green straps."
7.50 cts Oval Citrine Round London Blue Topaz Bracelet Sterling Silver
7.50 carats total weight gemstones bracelet. Citrine : 14 pieces, Oval Shape 6x4mm. London Blue Topaz : 28 pieces, Round Shape 2.50mm. Bracelet is in pure Sterling Silver and stamped .925. Bracelet is 71/4" in length, 1/8" in width and weighs 16.29 grams. Approximate Retail Value: $299.99 Gemstones have a nice color and clean clarity. Bracelet features "one of a kind" design with a beautiful "White Gold" finish. Includes "Certificate of Authenticity". 100% Satisfaction guaranteed. Item Is Brand New