Washington is on the $1, Jefferson on the $2, Lincoln the $5, Hamilton the $10, Jackson the $20, Grant the $50, and Franklin the $100 billYou don't see $2 bills like this very often, but they're legal tender and are still printed every few years. The reason I've shown you this particular currency note - and its portrait of Thomas Jefferson - is to help facilitate today's Brain Game. (Mouse over the image if you need a quick refresher of who appears on which denomination.) Good luck!

Take the men whose portraits currently appear on the

$1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 bills,

and place them in order from oldest (born first) to youngest.

Here is the SOLUTION.

THE SOLUTION:

Statesman Ben Franklin is the oldest of the bunch, born way back in 1706. The whole list:

1706 - Benjamin Franklin ($100)
1732 - George Washington ($1)
1743 - Thomas Jefferson ($2)
1755 - Alexander Hamilton ($10)
1767 - Andrew Jackson ($20)
1809 - Abraham Lincoln ($5)
1822 - Ulysses S. Grant ($50)