A 1957 silver certificate star note is very common; therefore, this note does not have a high collectible value. Old Currency Buyers cites that a note in average condition is worth $3.

Even a run of consecutively numbered, uncirculated 1957 silver certificate star notes are worth only about $10 each. Star notes are produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to replace currency that is damaged in the printing process. In some years, a relatively small number of star notes are printed, giving them a higher collectible value than those from years where larger numbers were produced, such as in 1957.