Who are the presidents on coins?

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There are only six presidents that are on coins and all of them are deceased. They include Abraham Lincoln on the penny, Thomas Jefferson on the nickel, Franklin Roosevelt on the dime, George Washington on the quarter, and John F. Kennedy on the half dollar.
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