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 US dollar denominations

The American dollar exists in several categories and designs, as follows:


Paper currency

They are found within the following categories: [1]


$ 1 category: It has been in its current design since 1963, and includes a picture of President George Washington and the Great Seal of the United States.

$ 2 denomination: It has been in its current design since 1976 and includes a picture of President Thomas Jefferson, and a painting by artist John Trumbull.

$ 5 category: It has been in its current design since 2008, and includes a picture of President Lincoln.

$ 10 category: It has been in its current design since 2006, and includes a picture of Alexander Hamilton.

$ 20 category: It has been in its current design since 2003 and includes a picture of President Jackson.

$ 50 denomination: has been in its current design since 2004, and includes a picture of President Grant.

$ 100 category: It is in the current design since 2013, and includes a picture of Benjamin Franklin.

Coins

They are found in the following categories: [2]


1 cent denomination: it is plated with copper, and includes the portrait of President Abraham Lincoln, and the Lincoln Memorial.

5-cent denomination: It is plated with nickel, and includes a picture of President Thomas Jefferson, and a picture of his home.

10-cent denomination: includes a portrait of President Franklin Roosevelt, and a branch of an oak tree.

25-cent denomination: It includes the portrait of President George Washington and the logo of the eagle.

50-cent denomination: it is a copper-coated silver coin, and includes a picture of George Kennedy, and the presidential seal.

$ 1 category: It appears in gold, and includes the image of the American heroine Sacagawea on one side, in addition to the image of the bald eagle, and 17 stars on the other side.

U.S. dollar

The American dollar (in English: United States Dollar) can be abbreviated as (USD), and symbolized by the symbol ($), which is the official currency circulated in the United States of America, and the most used, and traded among other currencies in the world; It is used in many countries; Either as an official or unofficial currency, noting that one US dollar consists of a hundred parts of a sub-currency denomination called cent. [3]


References

↑ "denominations", www.uscurrency.gov, Retrieved 21-5-2019. Edited.

↑ Ritu Kohli (4-7-2018), “What Is the Currency of the United States?”, Www.worldatlas.com, Retrieved 21-5-2019. Edited.

↑ James Chen (19-4-2019), “USD (United States Dollar)”,

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