He is on a dollar coin. His picture is on a presidential dollar gold coin. Note: This doesn't contain any gold.
President on $5 five dollar bill: Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Jefferson,The United States two-dollar bill ($2) is a current denomination of U.S. currency. President Thomas Jefferson is featured on the obverse of the note. The reverse features an engraved modified reproduction of the painting The Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull.
The current one dollar bill has been basically the same since 1935. The front has the classic portrait of George Washington surrounded by '1' in each corner, the serial number, the series and other mint designations. The back has the word 'one' in the middle flanked by a pyramid on the left and an eagle on the right.
An interesting story is attached to the third general issue of fractional currency and the suppression of the 15-cent Grant and Sherman note. The issue was responsible for two Acts of Congress and the authorization for coinage of the 5-cent nickel piece. The story is that Spencer M. Clark, Chief of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, selected himself for distinction by having his likeness appear on the 5-cent note. The version is that Mr. Clark ordered that the portrait of Francis E. Spinner, Treasurer of the United States, be placed on the 50-cent note without consulting him. Spinner was pleased with it, and as he had authority to select portraits on new notes, approved of it. Other designs were selected at random; and when it came to issuing the 5-cent note, Spinner was asked whose portrait was to be selected. Mr. Clark remarked, "How would the likeness of Clark do?" Excellent," said Spinner, thinking that reference was made to Freeman Clark, the Comptroller of the Currency. The matter escaped further notice until the notes had been printed in enormous quantities. This caused so much uncomplimentary criticism that it resulted in an Act of Congress being passed (April 7, 1866) which prohibited the use of portraits of any living persons. In the interim, the 15-cent Grant and Sherman note had been prepared, but the act prohibited its issue. To get the Clark 5-cent notes out of the way, an issue of 5-cent nickels was provided for by the May 16, 1866 Act of Congress. This act also prohibited the manufacture of paper currency in denominations less than 10-cents.
President Thomas Jefferson.
Queen Elizabeth of England is on the Australian 5 dollar note.
George Washington: the United State's first president, is on the 1 USD note.
What the picture on a one note is known to be is of King Edward VIII. This note was developed during 1937, but the note was never released due to the king's abdication.
Benjamin Franklin, who was never a U.S. President.
The 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. Note that there's a caption right below the picture with his name.Abraham Lincoln.
The first dollar bill, a United States Note released in 1862, had a picture of then secretary of the treasury, Salmon P. Chase on it.
Hold the bill very carefully. Focus on the picture, move your eyes downward, and read the name printed below the portrait.
The One Dollar note was not introduced into the Australian currency until the 14th of February 1966, at the introduction of decimal currency.
No. The highest-value note ever made was the $100,000 bill. It had a picture of Woodrow Wilson on it.
It depends on which countries currency you are referring to.