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SC Silver Certificate 1 One Dollar Washington Series 1928A F1601 KL1446 F

$39.95


Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 2

$79.00


Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 3

$79.00


Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 1

$79.00


Here is a TUFF issue in the PEACE silver Dollar series 1928 in ICG MS62 WHITE

$424.99


Series 1928 A Blue Seal Silver Certificate One Dollar FUNNY BACK Note

$6.54


Series 1928 100 One Dollar Silver Certificate Funny Back Note FR 1600 VG 386A

$20.00


FR 1601 1928 A Series 1 One Dollar Silver Certificate PMG 63 EPQ CHOICE UNC

$89.95


1928 Series A One Dollar Bill 1 Funny Back Silver Certificate Washington

$60.00


Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate CH CU FR 1601 2

$65.00


Series 1928 A STAR USA One Dollar Silver Certificate CH XF FR 1601 STAR 2

$375.00


VINTAGE RARE 1928 A F SERIES SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR BILL FUNNYBACK BLUE

$34.99

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1928 silver dollar series A - rare coin pieces found during the past seven days.

Series 1928 A Blue Seal Silver Certificate One Dollar FUNNY BACK Note,  Here is a TUFF issue in the PEACE silver Dollar series 1928 in ICG MS62 WHITE,  VINTAGE RARE 1928 A F SERIES SILVER CERTIFICATE ONE DOLLAR BILL FUNNYBACK BLUE,  FR 1601 1928 A Series 1 One Dollar Silver Certificate PMG 63 EPQ CHOICE UNC,  Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 1,  Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 3,  Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate Nice CU NOTE FR 1601 2,  Series 1928 A STAR USA One Dollar Silver Certificate CH XF FR 1601 STAR 2,  Series 1928 A USA One Dollar Silver Certificate CH CU FR 1601 2,  Series 1928 100 One Dollar Silver Certificate Funny Back Note FR 1600 VG 386A,  SC Silver Certificate 1 One Dollar Washington Series 1928A F1601 KL1446 F,  1928 Series A One Dollar Bill 1 Funny Back Silver Certificate Washington,  

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