The BEP Portraits used on Marketable U.S. Treasuries

 

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is a department within the U.S. Treasury.  Founded in 1862, it has produced U.S. Currency, Treasury Debt, U.S. postage stamps. military commissions, along with a host of other federal documents.  Presented here are the portraits used in U.S. Treasury Bills, Treasury Notes, and Treasury Bonds.

Treasury Bills

Hugh McCulloch
Secretary of the Treasury 
(1884-1885)
$1,000 T-Bill
Carter Glass
Secretary of the Treasury 
(1918-1920)
$50,000 T-Bill
John G. Carlisle
Secretary of the Treasury 
(1893-1897)
$5,000 T-Bill
Albert Galatin
Secretary of the Treasury 
(1801-1814)
$100,000 T-Bill
John Sherman
Secretary of the Treasury
 (1877-1881)
$10,000 T-Bill
Oliver Wolcott Jr.
Secretary of the Treasury 
(1795-1800)
$1,000,000 T-Bill

Treasury Notes & Bonds

Thomas Jefferson
President of the U.S.
(1801-1809)
$50 Note & Bond
Abraham Lincoln
President of the U.S.
(1861-1865)
$1,000 Note & Bond
Ulysses S. Grant
President of the U.S.
(1869-1877)
$100,000 Note & Bond
Andrew Jackson
President of the U.S.
(1829-1837)
$100 Note & Bond
James Monroe
President of the U.S.
(1817-1825)
$5,000 Note & Bond
Theodore Roosevelt
President of the U.S.
(1901-1909)
$1,000,000 Note & Bond
George Washington
President of the U.S.
(1789-1797)
$500 Note & Bond
Grover Cleveland
President of the U.S.
(1885-1889)    (1893-1897)
$10,000 Note & Bond
James Madison
President of the U.S.
(1809-1817)
$100,000,000 Note 
William McKinley
President of the U.S.
(1897-1901)
$500,000,000 Note

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