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Excluding commemorative coins, the only real people on US circulating coins who did not serve as president were Susan B Anthony and Sacagewea on the obverse of dollar coins, Ben Franklin on the half dollar (1948-63), as well as several notables on the reverses of various state quarters (Helen Keller, King Kamehameha, etc.).

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US $1 bills have carried a portrait of George Washington for over a century. If you're referring to any denomination of current US paper money, there are two:

$10 bills carry a picture of Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury

$100 bills have a portrait of statesman, inventor, and philosopher Benjamin Franklin.

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Early $500 bills had a portrait of Chief Justice John Marshall

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Early $10,000 bils had a portrait of Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury during the Civil War

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Actually there were two non-presidents. Hamilton is one of two non-presidents featured on currently issued $10 bills. The other is Benjamin Franklin, on the $100 bill.

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Alexander Hamilton, the first US Secretary of the Treasury

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Benjamin Franklin, on the $100 bill

Alexander Hamilton, on the $10 bill

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Is Benjamin Franklin the only non-president on U.S. currency?

No - Alexander Hamilton is on the 10-dollar bill.


Why does the hundred dollar bill have a non president on it?

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What president appears on a ten dollar bill?

On the American 10 dollar bill, there is Alexander Hamilton, who is one of the non presidents on the dollar bills.Did you know who was the first president in the United Sates?


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