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These North African 1 Dollar Silver Certificates are cull examples of the series. Notes may display heavy soiling and folds, tears or discoloring among other imperfections.
Each note ships in an archival safe currency sleeve to ensure lasting preservation.
In response to American campaigns abroad, the U.S. Mint created the 1935 $1 North Africa Silver Certificate, which could be redeemed for silver bullion. Now you can own one of these relics of the bygone era when you order yours from Provident Metals today.
The main distinguishing feature of the North Africa Silver Certificate is its seal, inked in bright gold rather than in the traditional blue. These bills were issued to those serving in the North African campaigns of World War II and could be swiftly demonetized if Americans were forced out of this land, rendering them useless.
The obverse of these silver certificates looks largely like a typical one dollar bill, with President George Washington featured as the portrait. The lower portion of the bill reads ONE DOLLAR IN SILVER PAYABLE TO THE BEARER ON DEMAND. The yellow seal is marked to the right.
The reverse is inked in green and shows the same basic design as the contemporary one dollar bill.
The 1935 North Africa $1 Silver Certificate, also known as the Yellow Seal Silver Certificate, is no longer redeemable for silver but remains legal tender. But this bill captures so much more than a simple design: it is a token of history.
Pass it down to your family after you buy your 1935 North Africa $1 Silver Certificate from Provident Metals today.
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