Gauss on a German mark note.
The probability curve
is on the left.

Galileo on Italian lira.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa 
is on the right. 

Euler on a Swiss franc note.
Euler was fascinated 
by the cycloid.

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Sir Isaac Newton on a one pound British sterling bank note.  Students of mathematics and astronomy will observe the Sun is placed at the center of an ellipse, not slightly off center.