5 Cents - Return to Monticello - Jefferson Nickel; 2'nd Portrait (2006 - 2015)

obverse of 5 Cents - Return to Monticello - Jefferson Nickel; 2'nd Portrait (2006 - 2015) coin with KM# 381 from United States. Inscription: IN GOD WE TRUST Liberty 2012 P JNF DW
reverse of 5 Cents - Return to Monticello - Jefferson Nickel; 2'nd Portrait (2006 - 2015) coin with KM# 381 from United States. Inscription: E PLURIBUS UNUM MONTICELLO FIVE CENTS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FS

Features

Denomination 5 Cents
Catalog Number KM# 381
Weight (g) 5
Diameter (mm) 21.21
Thickness (mm) 1.79
Shape: Round
Composition: Copper-Nickel
Not Magnetic
Currency Value (USD) 0.05
Orientation Coin orientation ↑↓
Commemorative

Obverse

Engraved by Jamie N. Franki and Donna Weaver
Lettering:
IN GOD WE TRUST
Liberty
2012
P
JNF DW


Description:
Portrait of Thomas Jefferson completed during 1800.
Depicting Jefferson as Vice President at 57 years of age, just before becoming President, this Peale portrait had a significant iconographic role during Jefferson's lifetime; it was frequently used as a reference to create most of the images by which Jefferson's contemporaries came to know him.
The cursive "Liberty" inscription, which debuted on the 2005 nickels, is again presented in Jefferson's own handwriting.

Reverse

Engraved by Felix Oscar Schlag and John M. Mercanti
Lettering:
E PLURIBUS UNUM
MONTICELLO
FIVE CENTS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FS


Description:
Monticello, President Thomas Jefferson's Virginia home.
Jefferson designed Monticello himself, and construction began in 1768 when he was 25 years old. It was completed in 1823 when the former President and founding father was in his eightieth year. A skilled horticulturalist, Jefferson also planned the smallest details of the landscaping at Monticello.

Edge

Description:
Plain
Year Mintage Comment Rarity
2006 D 809,280,000 Very Common
2006 P 693,120,000 Very Common
2006 S Proof Common
2007 D 626,160,000 Very Common
2007 P 523,680,000 Very Common
2007 S Proof Common
2008 D 345,600,000 Very Common
2008 P 279,840,000 Very Common
2008 S Proof Common
2009 D 46,800,000 Very Common
2009 P 39,840,000 Common
2009 S Proof Very Common
2010 D 229,920,000 Very Common
2010 P 260,640,000 Very Common
2010 S Proof Very Common
2011 D 540,000,000 Very Common
2011 P 450,000,000 Very Common
2011 S Proof Common
2012 D 366,240,000 Very Common
2012 P 312,880,000 Very Common
2012 S Proof Common
2013 D Very Common
2013 P Very Common
2013 S Proof Very Common
2014 D Very Common
2014 P Very Common
2014 S Proof Unknown
2015 D Very Common
2015 P Very Common
2015 S Proof Unknown

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