What are the denominations of the dollar currency


 Paper dollar bills

The dollar is issued as a paper currency in seven categories, namely: [1]


$ 1: This category was first issued in 1963, and its design is still the same. By containing the image of US President George Washington, and the seal of the United States of America.

Two Dollars: The two dollar bill contains an image showing the moment of signing the Declaration of Independence, as well as a picture of US President Thomas Jefferson.

Five dollars: The current design of this coin appeared in 2008 AD, and it contains light gray and purple colors, and bears the image of US President Lincoln.

Ten dollars: This coin was redesigned in 2006, and it still bears the same design, and is characterized by a range of colors, and the image of one of the founders of the United States of America, Alexander Hamilton, as a watermark.

Twenty dollars: The last design of this coin was in 2003 AD, and it is distinguished by its containment of safety devices; To prevent fraud, such as the green glow, as well as the image of US President Jackson as a watermark.

Fifty dollars: The current design for this category was released in 2004, and it contains on the back side two colors: blue and red, and the image of US President Grant as a watermark.

$ Hundred: This denomination bears the latest American coin design. It was issued in 2013, and the new design for this category carried advanced safety features. To prevent forgery, it also contains the image of Benjamin Franklin as a watermark that appears when exposed to light.

Mineral dollar denominations

The United States of America issues a variety of dollar denominations, and its parts in the form of coins for daily use in various dealings, [2] and this group includes the following categories:


One cent: It was one of the first coins that began to be issued in the United States of America. It was issued for the first time in 1792 AD, and the inscriptions it bore changed several times, but now it bears the image of US President Lincoln on its face, while on the back of it appears the image of a shield and the value of the currency.

Five Cents: It was issued in 1792 AD, and it bears a picture of US President Thomas Jefferson on its face, and on its back is a picture of his house, and the inscription shows the details of the house with its entrances, and its windows, accurately improved in 2006 AD. [4]

Ten cents: It was announced in 1792 AD, and its face contains the image of US President Franklin Roosevelt, while its back shows tree branches that indicate freedom, peace, strength, and independence. It is noteworthy that this coin is known to be the smallest, thinnest coin used. [5]

Twenty-five cents (a quarter of a dollar): A permit was issued in 1792 AD, and on the face appears a picture of US President George Washington, and on the back is a picture of American national parks. [6]

Fifty cents (half a dollar): issued like other smaller coins in 1792 AD, and since 1964 AD, a picture of US President John F. Kennedy is printed on its face, and on its back is a shield with an eagle carrying an olive branch, and a group of stocks. [7]

One dollar: The metal US dollar is issued in two types, namely: the original dollar, and it is issued as a kind of holdings, not for daily transactions, except that it is legal to trade it as a currency bearing the value of one US dollar, and the second type is the presidential dollar that is issued; In Honor of the Presidents of the United States of America; It loads their photos. It is noteworthy that the metal dollar began to be issued in 1794 AD [8] [9]

The strength of the US dollar

The adoption of the dollar as the official currency of the United States of America began in 1785 A.D. But before that, the population of the state used a group of other foreign currencies, and the dollar initially appeared as a coin before it began to be issued in its paper denominations in 1861 AD, noting that it derived its economic strength from the Bretton Woods Agreement, which Signed in 1944 AD, after which the dollar came to dominate the international monetary system; It became the official currency for commercial transactions between states, and world exports and imports became measured in US dollars, in addition to being an essential part of central bank reserves. [10]


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