List of United States Presidents by currency appearances


List of United States Presidents by currency appearances

This is a complete list of United States Presidents by currency appearances. The President of the United States has appeared on official banknotes, coins for circulation and commemorative coins in the United States, the Confederate States of America, the Philippine Islands, the Commonwealth of the Philippines and around the world.

United States

Note: Series dates listed for United States paper money represents a specific issue or set of issues. Different series may represent minor or major design changes, or no design change (series listed on the same line). Only a variety of a President's portrait used on paper money is noted next to the series date. For an explanation of each design: seealso|United States one-dollar bill|United States two-dollar bill|United States five-dollar bill|United States ten-dollar bill|United States twenty-dollar bill|United States fifty-dollar bill|United States one hundred-dollar bill|Large denominations of United States currency

John Adams

Coin for circulation
* 2007 Dollar (obverse), 2nd of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2007.Banknotes
* "National Bank Notes"
** All $100 first charter period (on back in the engraved version of Trumbull's Declaration of Independence painting)
* "Federal Reserve Notes"
** All $2 (on back in the engraved version of Trumbull's Declaration of Independence painting)

John Quincy Adams

Coins for circulation
* 2008 Dollar (obverse), 2nd of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2008.Commemorative coin
* 1923 Monroe Doctrine Centennial commemorative, featuring profiles of Adams and James MonroeBanknotes
* "United States Note"
** $500 Series of 1869

Grover Cleveland

Banknotes
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** $20 Series of 1914
** All $1000 small size Federal Reserve Notes
* "Gold Certificate"
** $1000 Series of 1928
** $1000 Series of 1934

Calvin Coolidge

Commemorative coin
* 1926 commemorative half dollar - 150th anniversary of the signing of the
Declaration of Independence

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Coins for circulation
* 1971—1978 Eisenhower dollar coin(The reverse only changed one year, 1976, to celebrate the U.S. bicentennary.)

Commemorative coin
* 1990 commemorative silver dollar - 100th anniversary of Eisenhower's birth

James A. Garfield

Banknotes
* "National Bank Notes"
** All $5 second charter period
* "Gold Certificate"
** $20 Series of 1882

Ulysses S. Grant

Commemorative coins
* 1922 commemorative half dollar - 100th anniversary of Grant's birth
* 1922 commemorative gold dollar - 100th anniversary of Grant's birthBanknotes
* "Silver Certificate"
** $1 Series of 1899 (with small left-facing instead of right-facing portrait)
** $5 1886 DEPARTMENT SERIES
** $5 Series of 1891
** $5 Series of 1896 "Educational Series" (portrait on back)
* "Gold Certificate"
** $50 Series of 1913
** $50 Series of 1922
* "Federal Reserve Bank Note"
** $50 Series of 1918 issued only by the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank
** $50 Series of 1929
* "National Bank Note"
** $50 Series of 1929
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** $50 Series of 1914
** All $50 small size Federal Reserve Notes
*** Series of 1928—Series 1995
*** Series 1996—2003 (with redesigned larger portrait)
*** Series 2004A (with redesigned larger portrait)

Benjamin Harrison

Banknotes
* "National Bank Notes"
** All $5 third charter period

Andrew Jackson

Coins for circulation
* 2008 Dollar (obverse), (to be released August 14, 2008) 3rd of four U.S. Presidents to be issued in 2008.Banknotes
* "United States Note"
** $5 Series of 1869
** $5 Series of 1875, 1878
** $5 Series of 1880
** $5 Series of 1907
** $10 Series of 1923
** $10,000 1878 (no series date)
* "Gold Certificate"
** $20 Series of 1928
** $10,000 Series of 1870 and 1875
** $10,000 1882 [DEPARTMENT SERIES]
** $10,000 Series of 1888
** $10,000 Series of 1900
* "Federal Reserve Bank Note"
** $10 Series of 1915
** $10 Series of 1918
** $20 Series of 1929
* "National Bank Note"
** $20 Series of 1929
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** $10 Series of 1914
** All $20 small size Federal Reserve Notes
*** Series of 1928—1995
*** Series 1996—2003 (with redesigned enlarged portrait)
*** Series 2004—2006 (with redesigned enlarged portrait)

Thomas Jefferson

Coins for circulation

* 1938—1942, 1946-2003 (copper-nickel) nickel with Monticello on the reverse
* 1942-1945 (25% silver) nickel; wartime composition. The mint mark for these types are located above the Monticello. It helps distinguish between the 1942 types.
* 2004 nickel Westward Journey Series
** Louisiana Purchase
** Lewis and Clark
* 2005 nickel Westward Journey Series
** American bison (similar to pre-Jefferson buffalo nickel reverse)
** "Ocean in view! O! The Joy!" (quote by William Clark)
* 2006—present nickel "Return to Monticello" with a forward facing Jefferson and the Monticello returns on the reverse.
* 2006 South Dakota state quarter reverse (Mount Rushmore)
* 2007 Dollar (obverse), 3rd of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2007.

Commemorative coins

* 1903 commemorative gold dollar - issued for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
* "1991 Mount Rushmore commemorative coin series"
** Half dollar
** Silver dollar
** $5 gold piece
* 1993 commemorative silver dollar - 200th anniversary of Jefferson's presidency

Banknotes

* "Fractional currency"
** 5¢ and 25¢ first issue
* "United States Note"
** $2 Series of 1869
** $2 Series of 1874, 1875, 1878
** $2 Series of 1880
** $2 Series of 1917
** $2 Series of 1928, A—G
** $2 Series 1953, A—C
** $2 Series 1963, A
* "Federal Reserve Bank Note"
** $2 Series of 1918
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** All $2 Federal Reserve Notes since Series 1976

John F. Kennedy

Coins for circulation
* 1964 (90% silver) half dollar (silver proofs from 1992-present also have this composition)
* 1965-1970 half dollar (40% silver)
* 1971-present half dollar (copper-nickel) The reverse only changed one year, 1976, to celebrate the U.S. bicentennary.

Abraham Lincoln

Coins for circulation

* 1909—1942, 1944-1957 (zinc-plated copper)Wheat Ears cent a.k.a "Wheat penny"
* 1943 (zinc-plated steel) Wheat cent
* 1958—mid 1982 (zinc-plated copper) Lincoln Memorial cent
* 1982-present (copper-plated zinc) Lincoln Memorial cent
* 2003 Illinois state quarter reverse "Land of Lincoln"
* 2006 South Dakota state quarter reverse (Mount Rushmore)

Commemorative coins

* 1918 commemorative half dollar - Illinois 100th statehood anniversary
* "1991 Mount Rushmore commemorative coin series"
** Half dollar
** Silver dollar
** $5 gold piece

Banknotes

* $10 "Demand Note"
* $20 "Compound Interest Treasury Note"
* $20 "Interest Bearing Note"

* "Fractional currency"
** 50¢ forth issue (with left-facing portrait)
* "United States Note"
** $5 Series of 1928, A—F
** $5 Series 1953, A—C
** $5 Series 1963
** $10 Act of 1862 and 1863
** $100 Series of 1869
** $100 Series of 1875, 1878
** $100 Series of 1880
* "Gold Certificate"
** $500 Series of 1882
** $500 Series of 1922
* "Silver Certificate"
** $1 Series of 1899
** $5 Series of 1923
** $5 Series of 1934 A—D
** $5 Series 1953 A—C
* "Federal Reserve Bank Note"
** $5 Series of 1915
** $5 Series of 1918
** $5 Series of 1929
* "National Bank Note"
** $5 Series of 1929
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** $5 Series of 1914
** All small size $5 Federal Reserve Notes
*** Series of 1928—Series 1995
*** Series 1996—2003A (with redesigned enlarged portrait)

James Madison

Coin for circulation
* 2007 Dollar (obverse), 4th of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2007.Commemorative coins
* "1993 Bill of Rights commemorative coin series"
** Half dollar
** Silver dollar
** $5 gold pieceBanknotes
* "United States Note"
** $5000 1878 (no series date)
* "Gold Certificate"
** $5000 Series of 1870 and 1875
** $5000 1882 [DEPARTMENT SERIES]
** $5000 Series of 1888
** $5000 Series of 1882
** $5000 Series of 1928
* "Federal Reserve Note"
** $5000 Series of 1914
** All $5000 small size Federal Reserve Notes

William McKinley

Commemorative coins
* 1903 commemorative gold dollar - issued for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
* 1916 and 1917 commemorative dollar - commemorate McKinley's deathBanknotes
* "National Bank Notes"
** All $10 third charter period
* "Gold Certificate"
** $500 Series of 1928
* "Federal Reserve Notes"
** All $500 small size

James Monroe

Coins for circulation
* 1999 New Jersey state quarter reverse (Washington Crossing the Delaware)
* 2008 Dollar (obverse), 1st of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2008.Commemorative coin
* 1923 Monroe Doctrine Centennial commemorative, featuring profiles of Monroe and John Quincy Adams.

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Coins for circulation
* 1946—1964 (90% silver) dime
* 1965-present (copper-nickel) dimeCommemorative coin
* 1997 $5 gold commemorative coin
* 1982 1oz Silver Coin - - 100th anniversary of Roosevelt's birth

Theodore Roosevelt

Coins for circulation
* 2006 South Dakota state quarter (Mount Rushmore)Commemorative coins
* 1991 Mount Rushmore commemorative coin series
** Half dollar
** Silver dollar
** $5 gold piece

Martin Van Buren

Coins for circulation
* 2008 Dollar (obverse), (to be released November 13, 2008) 4th of four U.S. Presidents to be issued in 2008.

George Washington

Coins for circulation

* 1932; 1934-1964 (90% silver) quarter dollar
* 1965—1998 (copper-nickel) quarter dollar. The reverse only changed one year, 1976, to celebrate the U.S. bicentennary.
* 1999—2008 50 State Quarters Series (obverse)
** 1999 New Jersey state quarter (reverse) (Washington Crossing the Delaware)
** 2006 South Dakota state quarter (reverse) (Mount Rushmore)
* 2007 Dollar (obverse), 1st of four U.S. Presidents issued in 2007

Commemorative coins

* 1900 commemorative silver Lafayette Dollar
* 1926 commemorative half dollar - 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence
* 1982 commemorative half dollar - 150th anniversary of Washington's birth
* 1991 Mount Rushmore commemorative series
** Half dollar
** Silver dollar
** $5 gold piece
* 1999 $5 gold commemorative piece - 200th anniversary of Washington's death; an alternate design not chosen for the 1932 Washington quarter

Banknotes

* "Compound Interest Treasury Note"
** $100 (with a vignette of George Washington standing)
** $500
* "Interest Bearing Note"
** $1000

* "Fractional currency"
** 10¢ and 50¢ first issues
** 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, and 50¢ second issue
** 3¢, and 10¢ third issue
** 25¢ forth issue
* "United States Note"
** $1 Series of 1869
** $1 Series of 1874, 1875 A—E, 1878
** $1 Series of 1880
** $1 Series of 1917
** $1 Series of 1923
* "Silver Certificate"
** $1 Series of 1896 "Educational Series" (portrait on back)
** $1 Series of 1923
** $1 Series of 1928
** $1 Series of 1934, A—E
** $1 Series 1935, A—H
** $1 Series 1957, A—B
** $2 Series of 1899
* "Gold Certificate"
** $20 Series of 1905 (with reversed left-facing instead of right-facing portrait)
** $20 Series of 1906 (with reversed left-facing instead of right-facing portrait)
** $20 Series of 1922 (with reversed left-facing instead of right-facing portrait)
* "Federal Reserve Bank Note"
**$1 Series of 1918
* "Federal Reserve Note"
**All $1 Federal Reserve Notes since Series 1963

Woodrow Wilson

Banknotes
* "Gold Certificate"
** $100,000 Series of 1934

Presidential dollar coin series

* 2007 - George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison [http://www.usmint.gov/mint_programs/$1coin/index.cfm?flash=yes]
* 2008 - James Monroe, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren
* 2009 - William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk, Zachary Taylor
* 2010 - Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Abraham Lincoln
* 2011 - Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James A. Garfield
* 2012 - Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, Grover Cleveland
* 2013 - William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson
* 2014 - Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt
* 2015 - Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson
* 2016 and beyond - Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter*, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush*, Bill Clinton*, George W. Bush*,*Note: These Presidents will be honored if their death is two or more years before the intended issue date of the coin

Confederate States of America

Andrew Jackson

* $1000 1861 Montgomery, Alabama note, with Jackson's first Vice President, John C. Calhoun at left. [http://www.csapostoffice.com/index.html]

George Washington

* $50 1861 (Washington at left, and allegories at right and center)
* $50 July 25, 1861, 1862 (Washington at center and allegory at left)
* $100 July 25, 1861, 1862 "State issues" [http://www.rebelstatescurrency.com/index.html]
* $1 Louisiana, 1864
* $2 Tallahassee, Florida, 1861
* $3 Tallahassee, Florida, 1861
* $5 Treasury Warrant note for military service, Texas, 1862
* $20 Virginia, 1861
* $100 Virginia, 1862


=Philippine Islands, Commonwealth of the Philippines, Republic of the Philippines=

William McKinley

* 5 Peso Series of 1903 and 1910 Silver Certificate
* 5 Peso Series of 1916, and 1921 Philippine National Bank Circulating Note
* 5 Peso Series of 1937 Philippine National Bank Circulating Note (with Commonwealth Seal in red)
* 5 Peso Series of 1918 and 1924 Treasury Certificate (large portrait)
* 5 Peso Series of 1937 Philippine National Bank Circulating Note (with Commonwealth Seal in red)
* 5 Peso Series of 1929, 1936, 1941, and "Victory" Series No. 66 Treasury Certificate (with small portrait at left coincide with Admiral George Dewey, starting 1936 it had the seal of the Commonwealth in red and in the "Victory" Series No. 66 in blue)

Ronald Reagan

* 25 Piso 1982, silver coin, (portrait with President Marcos), KM#235
* 25 Piso 1986, silver coin, commemorating President Aquino's visit to Washington, KM#246
* 2500 Piso 1986, gold coin, commemorating President Aquino's visit to Washington, KM#247

Franklin Roosevelt

* 1 Peso 1936, silver coin, Establishment of Commonwealth (portrait with President Quezon), KM#177

George Washington

* 10 Peso Series of 1903 and 1912 Silver Certificate
* 10 Peso Series of 1916 and 1921 Philippine National Bank Circulating Note
* 5 Peso Series of 1937 Philippine National Bank Circulating Note (with Commonwealth Seal in red)
* 10 Peso Series of 1918 and 1924 Treasury Certificate (with small portrait similar to modern U.S. $1 bill)
* 10 Peso Series of 1929, 1936, 1941, and "Victory" Series No. 66 Treasury Certificate (with right-facing portrait similar to 1999 $5 commemorative gold coin, starting 1936 it had the seal of Commonwealth in red and in the "Victory" Series No. 66 in blue)

U.S. Presidential appearances on other coins and currency around the world

The Bahamas

In 1991, a 12-coin silver 5 dollar series was issued in the Bahamas commemorating the 500th Anniversary of the Americas. Three of those coins showed images of U.S. Presidents, with the Coat of Arms of the Bahamas on the obverse side.

Thomas Jefferson
* $5, 1991, silver, with Independence HallDeclaration of Independence KM#143Abraham Lincoln
* $5 1991, silver, with Abolition of Slavery KM#145Theodore Roosevelt
* $5 1991, silver, with Panama Canal KM#149

Cook Islands

Abraham Lincoln
* $50, 1990, silver, with U.S. Capitol Building dome KM#48Thomas Jefferson
* $50, 1993, gold, KM#175George Washington
* $50 1993, gold, KM#173

Cuba

Abraham Lincoln
* 1 Peso, 1993 1 peso, copper, commemorative, shows U.S.A (lower 48) and broken chains in background, Cuban shield on obverse. KM#509

Isle of Man

Dwight D. Eisenhower
* 1 Crown, 1994

George Washington
* 1 Crown, 1976 copper-nickel (KM#37) and a silver (KM#37a) commemorative, Bicentenary of American Independence, with Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
* "In 1989, a four coin 1 crown set was issued in both copper-nickel and silver featuring the Bicentenary of George Washington’s Presidential Inauguration."
** 1 Crown, with "James Monroe" holding the flag – Crossing the Delaware 1776
*** copper-nickel KM#246, silver KM#246a
** 1 Crown, , (large portrait)
*** copper-nickel KM#247, silver KM#247a
** 1 Crown, (small portrait surrounded by a wreath containing eight stars and an eagle)
*** copper-nickel KM#248, silver KM#248a
** 1 Crown, taking the oath of office
*** copper-nickel KM#249, silver KM#249a
* "1987, 4 coin proof set, commemorating the Bicentenary of America’s Constitution features the Statue of Liberty surrounded by these U.S. Presidents in clockwise order;"
* Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, George Washington, James Monroe, Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan
** 1/2 Crown, gold, KM187
** 1 Crown, copper-nickel, KM#176
** 5 Crown, silver, 65.1mm, KM#177
** 10 Crowns, silver, 75mm, KM#188

Liberia

These are all commemoratives issued in Liberia featuring images of U.S. Presidents with a Liberian arms symbol on the obverse side;

George H. W. Bush
* "1989 inaugural series"
** $10 silver KM#57
** $250 gold KM#58

George W. Bush
* $5 2001, shows profile with Dick Cheney

Bill Clinton
* "1993 inaugural series"
** $5 silver KM#67
** $10 silver KM#68
** $50 silver KM#69
** $100 silver KM#70
** $250 gold KM#71Dwight D. Eisenhower
* $10 1994, silver (25th anniversary of his death) KM#157John F. Kennedy
* "1988 series 25th anniversary of death"
** $10 silver KM#54
** $250 gold KM#52
* "1993 series 30th anniversary of death"
** $5 silver, KM#103
** $10 silver, KM#104
** $250 gold, KM#105Richard Nixon
* "1996 series with Chairman Mao Zedong"
** $1 copper-nickel, KM#255
** $5 silver, KM#261
** $10 silver, KM#262Ronald Reagan
* "1997 series with Abraham Lincoln statue"
** $1 copper-nickel, KM#386
** $10 silver, KM#387
** $100 gold, KM#388Franklin D. Roosevelt
* "1995 portrait series"
** $1 copper-nickel, KM#141
** $10 silver, KM#146
** $100 gold, KM#151
* "1995 series, Cairo Conference, includes Winston Churchill and Chiang Kai-shek"
** $1 copper-nickel, KM#164
** $10 silver, KM#165
** $100 gold, KM#166Harry S Truman
* "1995 series"
** $1 copper-nickel, KM#143
** $10 silver, KM#148
** $100 gold, KM#153

Malta

John F. Kennedy
* 5000 Liras 2001, gold 1oz [https://portal.quest.net/products/JFKC1.html]

Marshall Islands

Dwight D. Eisenhower
* "1990 series, saluting in uniform"
** $5 copper-nickel, KM#38
** $50 silver, KM#39John F. Kennedy
* $50 1995, silver, taking oath of office, KM#275

Niue

Dwight D. Eisenhower
* "1990 series, in uniform"
** $5 copper-nickel, KM#29
** $50 silver, KM#30
** $200 gold, KM#45 John F. Kennedy
* "1988 series, “Ich bin ein Berliner” quote"
** $5 copper-nickel, KM#17
** $50 silver, KM#18
** $100 silver, KM#19
** $250 gold, KM#20

* $25 1994 (KM#79), 1997 (4 types, KM#82, 96, 97, 98), gold, taking oath of office
* $50 1993, gold, Apollo, KM#65
* $50 1993, gold, KM#66Franklin D. Roosevelt
* "1990 series “A date which will live in infamy” quote"
** $5 copper-nickel, KM#35
** $50 silver, KM#36
** $200 gold, KM#52

Paraguay

John F. Kennedy
* 1500 Guaranies, 1974, gold, KM#126
* 3000 Guaranies, 1974, gold, KM#138
* 4500 Guaranies, 1974, gold, KM#146Abraham Lincoln
* 3000 Guaranies, 1974, gold, KM#131

Turks and Caicos Islands

Dwight D. Eisenhower
* 5 Crowns, 1994, copper-nickel, 50th Anniversary – Normandy Landing, KM#176 Franklin Roosevelt
* 20 Crowns, 1995, silver, with Churchill and Stalin, KM#137George Washington
* "1976 series, facing King George III – U.S. Bicentennial"
** 20 Crowns, silver, KM#13
** 50 Crowns, gold, KM#15

United Arab Emirates

"Al-Fujairah"Richard Nixon
* 2 Riyals, 1969 (AH1388), 1970 (AH1389), silver, KM#2
* 25 Riyals, 1969 (AH1388), 1970 (AH1389), gold, KM#7

"Ras al-Khaimah"Dwight D. Eisenhower
* 10 Riyals, 1970, silver, memorial, KM#31

"Sharjah"John F. Kennedy
* 5 Rupees, 1965, silver, memorial, KM#1

Western Samoa

Franklin D. Roosevelt"1981 series, sitting in wheelchair"
* 1 Tala, copper-nickel, KM#47
* 10 Tala, silver, KM#48

ee also

* United States paper money
** Federal Reserve Bank Note
** Federal Reserve Note
** Gold Certificate
** National Bank Note
** Silver Certificate
** United States Note
* Confederate States of America dollar
* List of people on stamps of the United States
* United States dollar

References

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External links

* [http://www.usmint.gov/about_the_mint/fun_facts/index.cfm?flash=yes&action=fun_facts3 usmint.gov: The U.S. Presidents on Our Coinage]


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