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These North African 1 Dollar Silver Certificates are circulated examples of the series. Each note ships in an archival safe currency sleeve to ensure lasting preservation.
Printed by the United States Mint, 1935A North Africa $1 Silver Certificates were specially issued during World War II. Each note is a fine or better example of the collection.
The reverse features the same intricate designs and symbolic artwork seen on regular $1 Silver Certificates. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN GOD WE TRUST, ONE DOLLAR and a number of words and phrases are also included.
The obverse of each certificate features a gold seal instead of the typical blue one. Gilbert Stuart’s portrait of George Washington is seen at the center, along with THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and ONE DOLLAR. The number ‘1’ is printed in all four corners of the bill.
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What is Fine or Better?
A note rated ‘fine’ has a few minor creases, pinholes and/or rounded corners. Original coloring is expected to be faded, but the note as a whole retains a desirable appearance.
History of the 1935A $1 Silver Certificate
During World War II, special notes were issued in certain warzones where there was an increased risk of circulation currency falling into enemy hands.
The North Africa Silver Certificate, printed only for use in that specific region, was produced in order to combat confiscation — if the bills were obtained by the opposing force, they were automatically declared worthless.
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