Symbol next serial number 1899 $1 silver certificate
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I believe it's a delimiter, a symbol/character used at the end of the serial number ending the sequence. This was one of many symbols used by the BEP to terminate a serial number, there are probably varieties of the symbol/s (different fonts or type sizes used) but I don't think they bring any premium. I'm not a U.S. collector so I could be a little off on my description. Got a pick of the note?

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On 4/7/2022 at 9:18 AM, Combatmedic3rdid said:

Thank you for the response I have attached a picture of the bill. Again thank you for your time. 

Yeah, that's the symbol I was thinking of. If you post this question in the ask PMG section of the Forum Jennifer can provide a much better answer than I can. Is that one of your notes or one you're looking to buy?

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On 4/8/2022 at 6:53 AM, Steve in Tampa said:

This cart helps explain the symbols used on early, large-size notes.

Thanks for the assist Steve. I'm saving those images to my U.S. notes file for future reference, good information there. (thumbsu

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