Question: Which man’s image appeared on the first one-dollar bill?

Question: Which man’s image appeared on the first one-dollar bill?

Answer: The first one-dollar bill was printed as a form of legal tender in 1862 during the Civil War. Salmon P. Chase, the Secretary of the Treasury under Abraham Lincoln, had the distinct honor of designing the original US $1 bill. So whose image do you suppose he put on that bill? Himself, of course. The bill featured a portrait of Salmon P. Chase, the treasury seal, intricate patterns, and engraved signatures to thwart counterfeiting. The bill was larger than modern bills, measuring 7 & 3/8 inches by 3 & 1/8 inches. In 1869, the one-dollar bill was redesigned with a portrait of President George Washington in the center.

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Answer: Salmon P. Chase


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