|1957 b one dollar bill worth||1.49||0.5||6852||100|
|one dollar bill series 1957 b worth||1||0.2||3304||9|
|series 1957 b one dollar bill||1.92||0.1||1392||26|
|value of a 1957 one dollar bill||1.58||0.8||5082||87|
|dollar bill 1957 b pricing guide||0.9||0.8||9615||55|
|one dollar bill from 1957||0.4||0.5||8423||6|
|how much is 1957 dollar bill worth||0.48||0.9||3748||50|
|series 1957 a one dollar bill value||1.6||0.5||9901||90|
|what is a 1957 dollar bill worth||1.26||0.1||6714||26|
|is a 1957 dollar bill worth anything||0.36||0.1||8956||56|
|dollar bill series 1957 b||0.34||0.5||829||68|
|series 1957 dollar bill worth||1.35||0.3||8296||91|
|value of dollar bill 1957||0.74||0.7||5009||67|
|old one dollar bills 1957||0.72||0.9||1497||8|
|dollar bill from 1957||0.84||0.1||4996||77|
The rating of the dollar bill is ranked on a scale from very fine up to uncirculated. A dollar bill from 1957 that has been used and has been in heavy circulation is usually worth face value at $1 or just above face value. A dollar bill that has not been used and is in perfect, mint condition is worth $15 as of June, 2014.Is a 1957 dollar worth any money?
Yes, your 1957 dollars are still worth a dollar today. The confusion about money losing value may have to do with the “buying power” of a dollar then vs. now. You cannot buy as much with a dollar today as you could in 1957. Ask your parents, if you are not over 80, and they will tell you a lot of interesting things you could buy with a dollar in 1957!What is a 1957 a Blue Seal Dollar Bill worth?
A 1957 one dollar bill is worth anywhere from $1 to $15. The value of the bill is determined by the grade of the bill. One dollar bills that were made in 1957 were made with a few special identifiers. The first thing to look for is the date on the dollar bill. Many 1957 one dollar bills have a blue seal on them to help identify them by that year.What is the value of a series 1957 dollar bill?
While the blue seal may seem to make this dollar bill unique, it doesn’t. Millions of these 1957 blue seal dollars were printed and, depending on the condition, their value ranges from face value to around $1.50. Many are still in circulation today. There are 3 series that were printed: 1957, 1957A, and 1957B.