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Q: Where can The Franklin Mint Treasury of Presidential Commemorative Medals American Express Edition be found?
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Who appears on US paper bills who was never a president?

Alexander Hamilton ($10) was the first Secretary of the Treasury. Benjamin Franklin ($100) was a Founding Father, diplomat, and scientist. Salmon P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury (1861-1864) was on the $10,000 bill, which is no longer made


Washington secretary of treasury?

President George Washington created a lot of institutions and traditions as the first president. One of the traditions he began was the presidential appointment of cabinet positions. Washington appointed four people to cabinet positions. His Secretary of the Treasury was Alexander Hamilton, the guy on the $10 bill.Rounding out the cabinet was Thomas Jefferson as the Secretary of State, Henry Knox as Secretary of War, and Edmond Randolph as the Attorney General.The modern cabinet now consists of 15 positions.


Why is the US Treasury building on the back of the ten dollar bill?

Except for $1 and $2 bills, U.S. currency uses the theme of buildings for the design of the back side. The front of the bill depicts Alexander Hamilton who was the 1st Secretary of the Treasury, so it's a natural fit to choose the Treasury building for the opposite side. It's similar to the way that the $5 bill has Lincoln on the front and the Lincoln Memorial on the back, or the $100 has Ben Franklin and Independence Hall.


Who is the only non president to be on a dollar bill in the US?

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.).


Who becomes US President if the President Vice President Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate dies?

The line of succession continues with the Cabinet, beginning with the Secretary of State. As of March, 2009, the US Secretary of State is former First Lady and Presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton.

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Where can I find a complete listing of Commemorative Coins?

You can find a complete listing of Commemorative Coins on The United States Mint website www.usmint.gov. On there they have not only a complete list of the coins but also alot of other interesting information. Commemorative "coins" are issued by different companies. The U. S. Department of the Treasury is responsible for the issue of cons that will be circulated in the U.S. Other companies, like the Franklin Mint, produce non-negotiable coins for special occasions, hoping that investors will find them a good investment. You will find a list of all coins issued by the U.S. Treasury. For lists of non-currency, contact the purveyor.


Who is the last one in line of presidential succession?

Secretary of state


What did Alexander Hamilton in Gorge Washington's presidential administration?

Alexander Hamilton served in Washington's Administration as Treasury Secretary.


What has the author William J Federer written?

William J. Federer has written: 'There Really Is a Santa Claus' 'American Minute' 'Treasury Of Presidential Quotations' 'The Interesting History Of Income Tax' 'American Quotations' 'Three Secular Reasons Why America Should Be Under God' 'Library of Classics'


Why did some American soldiers have no shoes or blankets?

There was no money in the treasury


Why is Alexander Hamiltons picture on a ten dollar bill?

He was a "founding father" and the first Secretary of the Treasury. He worked to have a national banking system. Hamilton was never President, though. He and Benjamin Franklin are the only two people pictured on current American paper money who never served as President.


What presidents are found on current US bills and coins?

Coins:Lincoln - centJefferson - nickel (5¢)Franklin D. Roosevelt - dime (10¢)Washington - quarter (25¢)Kennedy - half dollar (50¢)All presidents in order of service - $1 Presidential dollarsBills:Washington - $1Jefferson - $2Lincoln - $5Jackson - $20Grant - $50Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, is on the $10 billBenjamin Franklin, Founding Father, inventor, and statesman, is on the $100 bill.


Can i see American treasury bill picture?

i dont think so


Who are presidential advisors?

The president's advisors are the members of his Cabinet. Some of the members of the Cabinet are the Secretary of State, the Secretary of the Treasury, The Secretary of Defense, and the Attorney General.


Which people on current US bills were not presidents?

Alexander Hamilton, first Treasury Secretary ($10) and Benjamin Franklin, founding father, ($100)


What does the secert service do?

The United States Secret Service (USSS) is a federal law enforcement agency under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Until 2003, the Service was part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury.The U.S. Secret Service has two distinct areas of responsibility:Financial Crimes, covering missions such as prevention and investigation of counterfeiting of U.S. currency and U.S. treasury securities, and investigation of major fraud.Protection, which entails ensuring the safety of current and former national leaders and their families, such as the President, past presidents, vice presidents, presidential candidates, visiting heads of state, and foreign embassies.The Secret Service's initial responsibility was to investigate counterfeiting of U.S. currency, which was rampant following the U.S. Civil War. The agency then evolved into the United States' first domestic intelligence and counterintelligence agency. Many of the agency's missions were later taken over by subsequent agencies such as the FBI, ATF, and IRS.


What branch of government is in charge of the issuing of currencies?

The US Department of the Treasury controls currency. The Treasury Dept. is part of the Executive Branch of the US Government, but US currency is issued by legislative act of the Legislative Branch of the US Government, subject to presidential veto.