You will receive the date you select in Uncirculated condition with a box and COA.
Because silver certificates used to be redeemable for silver dollars, the Treasury kept large quantities of silver dollars on hand. However, the end of the era of silver dollar distribution, the Treasury realized that they still had three million silver dollars on hand, mostly struck at the former mint in Carson City, Nevada. Between 1972 and 1974, most of the dollars were liquidated by the General Services Administration through a mail bid system. However, some of the coins that remained were sold in several final sales in 1980.
The COA will have the correct matching prefix for the year.
(Example: 1882 - the COA starts with an "82")
*We also sell COAs and boxes by themselves if you need them for your coins. Please see our other listings to purchase certificates or boxes without coins.