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The reason we don't put women on our currency.

The reason we don't put a picture of a woman on our currency, like say, "A woman in our dollar bill,"  is because that would ruin our economy.  Think about it..., our dollar bill would then be worth 77 cents ;)

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The reason I have so many points is because I take the time to stop and think about these things ;)

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No one is gonna want jizz drenched bills.

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Haha OMGosh! Two funny. But sadly it is True

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There has been two female so far.. And a few men that were not president, but as we change in this country we will see women on our currency. 1) if a women is elected president she will be put on after her death. Just like Clinton, both Bushes and Obama. There is a list online with current years that this will be printed with the exception that they die before that year is here. We can't write history before it happens

Coins

Penny

Abraham Lincoln

16th U.S. President

The Lincoln Memorial

Nickel

Thomas Jefferson

3rd U.S. President

Monticello

Jefferson's home

Dime

10¢

Franklin Delano Roosevelt

32nd U.S. President

Olive Branch,

Torch,

Oak Branch.

Quarter

25¢

George Washington

1st U.S. President

American Bald Eagle

Half-Dollar

50¢

John F. Kennedy

35th U.S. President

The Presidential Seal

Silver Dollar

$1

Susan B. Anthony

Apollo 11 Insignia, Eagle

Golden Dollar

$1

Sacagawea

Soaring Eagle and 17 Stars

Currency

$1

George Washington

1st U.S. President

The Great Seal of the United States

$2

Thomas Jefferson

3rd U.S. President

Signing of the Declaration of Independence

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Monticello

$5

Abraham Lincoln

16th U.S. President

Lincoln Memorial

$10

Alexander Hamilton

1st U.S. Treasury Secretary

U.S. Treasury

$20

Andrew Jackson

7th U.S. President

The White House

$50

Ulysses S. Grant

18th U.S. President

U.S. Capitol

$100

Benjamin Franklin

Independence Hall

$500

William McKinley

25th U.S. President

"Five Hundred Dollars"

$1,000

Grover Cleveland

22nd/24th U.S. President

"One Thousand Dollars"

$5,000

James Madison

4th U.S. President

"Five Thousand Dollars"

$10,000

Salmon P. Chase

25th U.S. Treasury Secretary

"Ten Thousand Dollars"

$100,000

Woodrow Wilson

28th U.S. President

"One Hundred Thousand Dollars"

no longer in circulation

Money Facts

Quarters, nickels, and dimes are currently made from nickel and copper.

Pennies are currently made from copper plated zinc.

Coins with ridges were originally made with precious metals. The ridges were used to easily detect people clipping or filing off these precious metals.

A U.S. Quarter has 119 grooves on its circumference. A dime has 118 grooves.

Lincoln faces to the right because the penny was an adaptation of a plaque.

E Pluribus Unum means "Out of Many, One".

On the back of a Roosevelt dime, the center torch signifies liberty. The oak branch to the right signifies strength and independence. The olive branch to the left signifies peace.

On an American one dollar bill, there is an owl in the upper left-hand corner of the "1" encased in the "shield" and a spider hidden in the front upper right-hand corner.

The law prohibits portraits of living persons from appearing on Government

Securities.

Currency paper is composed of 25% linen and 75% cotton.

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