Note: These Presidents will only be honored if their ... two or more years before
the intended issue date of the coin.
Coins. Penny 1¢. Abraham Lincoln 16th U.S. President. The Lincoln Memorial ...
Lincoln faces to the right because the penny was an adaptation of a plaque.
Presidents on US Coins, from one cent to one dollar including the 50 state
Results 1 - 6 of 50 ... The Presidents on Coins of the United States are all deceased. It has been
traditional ever since the beginning of the United States as a ...
Who is on the obverse (front)? President Thomas Jefferson. What is on the
reverse (back)? "Monticello," a large home that Jefferson designed and built for ...
Jul 22, 2011 ... Instead, the Mint adorned coins with an image that made a clear statement ...
Lincoln's birth, that a president's face would be featured on a coin.
Explore Biography.com's collection of U.S. Presidents and government officials ...
Soon new faces will grace U.S. currency including Harriet Tubman (who will ...
Why does the portrait of Abraham Lincoln on the penny face to the right when all
other portraits of presidents on U.S. circulating coins face to the left?
The United States is honoring our Nation's Presidents by issuing $1 coins
featuring their ... The inscription “IN GOD WE TRUST” appears on the face of the
Jul 8, 2012 ... Why do Presidents on the Quarter Dime Nickel; face opposite of ... be placed on a
coin to be issued in the Lincoln Centennial Year, 1909. 2.