Question by JKS: Is there a difference between U.S. gold / silver certificates and regular dollars?

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Answer by Songbyrd11 JPA Jewish Lawyer
No, except for possible collector value. At one time, you could trade the piece of paper in for either gold or for silver, depending. However, Gold became illegal to own as an American, and they set a date in the 70's that you had to trade in the silver ones. They are both legal tender, but now they have face value for all debts, public and private. The regular dollars are not really money, they are notes issued by the federal reserve.

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