1935 silver certificate
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Thank you for your post. Please note that PMG does not buy, sell or appraise the value of notes. I have copied the link to our online price guide which shows values from recent auction sales when available. For a more accurate value, it may be best to bring the note to a local PMG authorized dealer in your area or search for recent auction sales from reputable websites. 

Price Guide

https://www.pmgnotes.com/priceguide/world-note-price-guide.aspx

PMG Authorized Dealers

https://www.pmgnotes.com/services/Submitting.aspx

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I have a different question about one of my PMG-graded 1935 Silver Certificates.  It's a 1935F $1 note - FR1615.  I submitted it raw, and it graded out at 53 EPQ.  But ... on the holder the FR# is designated as "1615R1" followed by the phrase "Run 1."  I've looked around and can't find out what this means.  Please let me know when you get a chance.  Thank you.

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Hello, the "Run 1" listed on this note refers to the serial number range.  Serial number range B00000001J-B54000000J for this Fr# is considered Run 1.  There are a total of 3 runs for this FR#. 

 

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