Small Size Silver Certificates $1 - 1934

Small Size Notes-1928 to Present

After 68 years of prosperity, our large size currency felt the impact of modern times. So the large size US curency note came to an end due to the economics of the times. Tons of ink and paper were required to produce our currency to an ever expanding economy. The currency needed to fulfill this new demand was astronomical. The government realized that many millions of dollars could be saved if our currency was reduced in size. This was the direction the US Government took as on July 10, 1929 the first of the new small sized notes were placed into general circulation.

The new small sized notes were reduced in size from 7.42 inches by 3.13 inches to 6.14 inches ,X 2.61 inches. This cost cutting measures saved the government millions of dollars in ink and paper annually.

Small Size-Silver Certificates

The small-size Silver Certificates were issued under the Act of June 4th, 1963. They were issued in $1, $5 and $10 denominations and are all now obsolete. They all featured a Blue Seal. On the $1 1935A series, an "R" and "S" was used as a control letter. These notes were printed with a different type of paper the government was experimenting with. On June 24th, 1968 by Congressional Act. the Treasury halted the practice of redeeming Silver Certificates with silver bullion. The motto "In God we trust" begin appearing on the reverse of the 1935G series. The 1935G however appears both with and without the motto.

  • The $1 issues were the 1928, 1934, 1935 and 1957 series.
  • The $5 issues were the 1934 and 1953 series.
  • The $10 issues were the 1933 (very rare), 1934 and 1953 series.

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Fr.1606- 1934 $1 Silver Certificate (Inverted Face Error) Ser. # E34240317A Raw
This is a super tough invert face note. It is the 1934 small size Silver Certificate with the Blue Seal. Most of your inverted face errors that are known are from the 1935 series. This circulated example shows no problems as there are no rips, tears or pi...
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