It is impossible to define the value or worth of a 1963 5 dollar silver certificate because there were none manufactured in that year. The last batch of 5 dollar silver certificates are dated 1953.
It's not a SBA dollar it's a Silver Eagle Bullion coin and the value is about $17.00 just for the silver
It is not a "liberty" dollar, it is a Susan B. Anthony dollar. It is not silver,, has never been made out of silver, and is only worth $1. They are in common circulation.
The 1776-1976 dollar was an Eisenhower dollar and the silver version has a current value from $14 to $325 depending upon the condition of the coin.
Not Susan B. Anthony - President Eisenhower! And not silver, either - copper-nickel. In any case all circulating dollar coins dated 1971 or later are only worth face value. They do not contain any precious metals like silver or gold, only copper-nickel or brass.
These coins contain no silver and are very common. They are worth only face value. All of these coins have ridges.
A 1934 five dollar silver certificate in good condition is worth $33.00.
I wood like to no what there worth, I have two 1957
The average value of a 1953 five dollar silver certificate, in mint condition, as of 2013 is $15.00.
what is the value of a $5.00 silver certificate with dates 1934 D and 1934 C worth in good shape
The value of a 1928 Silver Certificate dollar is worth at least the amount of the face value. There are 6 different 1928 Silver Certificates, the value depends on the grade of the certificate. The best way to determine the value is to have the note appraised by a professional.
I changed your question because the note is called a silver certificate, not a paper silver dollar. If circulated, it would be worth $5 to $10 depending on wear. If crisp and unfolded its value could go up to $40.
A Silver Certificate value depends on different factors, such as the year, denomination, condition. Most uncirculated Silver Certificates are worth approximately two to four times their face value.
It depends greatly on the year and condition. But all of them are worth at least a dollar or so over face.
The value depends on the series (date) and condition. For a specific answer, ask about a specific note.
$6 to $9 depending on how worn it is.
There is no "series D silver dollar" (a coin) so I assume you're referring to a silver certificate. See the Related Question for more information.