U.S. Presidents on Coins
Pennies | ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Let's start. The coin with the smallest value is a penny, which is worth one cent, or 1¢. The symbol "¢" means "cent".
Here are pictures of the front (head) and back (tail) of a penny:
Nickel | THOMAS JEFFERSON
The next coin in value is a nickel, or 5¢.
Here are pictures of the front (head) and back (tail) of a nickel:
Dime | FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
Another coin is a dime, or 10¢. This is what a dime looks like:
Dime | GEORGE WASHINGTON
A quarter is equal to 25¢.
It had undergone many changes and the program (50 State Quarters Program 1999-2008) had it to feature each of the states in which it had to be released so you may find a quarter with a different design on its tail, don't be surprised.
By the way this is the redesigned version of the quarter.
Half Dollar | JOHN F. KENNEDY
Value of one half-dollar is $0.50 or 50 cents or 50 pennies or 10 nickels or 2 quarters.
One dollar | DWIGHT D. ENSEIHOWER