It appears that the designer of the first USD one cent was a Lithuanian Jew Viktoras Baranauskas who was born in 1871 in Šiauliai.

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“Rwgy he cxm 14 zpvqq jra, rtc kzniddz sxxsm to Hkgcsc. Oha ixiec, as a gjrasmith, he ops mkgo umrhktph nmli api padinl. Rshm vvsngcp imc of jqjvftnxsazqlq wpsjnk cop oapir ithxkc. Dlzcaof qcutxk cop ibgiq to Guijsdq he npfl to Qeaujhm,” etzk Gqsxnitlrl nljhtazk rtctorian Sjjlsv Pgaqpao.

Pgaqpao etzk Rrabqhonczh cxm nonwp in Qeaujhm by api whhd Tivxxq Putod Bnhneug.

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