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Where do you cash a 1923 1.00 Silver Certificate?

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You shouldn't "cash in" a collectible bill. To cash in a bill means to take it to a bank where you'll only get face value (i.e. $1) for it. As you can see from the Related Question linked below, a 1923 $1 silver certificate would be worth muchmore to
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