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1938-2003 Jefferson

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Nickel five cents 2000 US, mint D
A3.5.28(s)-12858
from 5 pcs: 25.00 ₽
1 pcs
39.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 2000 US, mint P
A3.5.27(s)-12868
 
1 pcs
49.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1999 US, mint P
A3.5.26(s)-12857
 
1 pcs
59.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1998 US, mint D
A3.5.24(s)-12855
from 5 pcs: 65.00 ₽
1 pcs
99.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1998 US, P
A3.10.24(s)-16951
from 5 pcs: 55.00 ₽
1 pcs
79.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1996 US, D
A3.5.30(s)-19039
from 5 pcs: 35.00 ₽
1 pcs
49.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1996 US, P
A3.10.23(s)-19121
from 5 pcs: 39.00 ₽
1 pcs
59.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1995 US, mint D
A3.5.23(s)-12854
 
1 pcs
119.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1994 US, D
A3.10.21(s)-19119
from 5 pcs: 29.00 ₽
1 pcs
39.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1994 US, P
A3.10.22(s)-19120
from 5 pcs: 29.00 ₽
1 pcs
39.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1992 US, D
A3.10.3(s)-19117
from 5 pcs: 65.00 ₽
1 pcs
99.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1992 US, P
A3.10.20(s)-19118
from 5 pcs: 119.00 ₽
1 pcs
149.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1990 US, mint D
A3.5.21(s)-12852
 
1 pcs
79.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1990 US, mint P
A3.5.20(s)-12851
 
1 pcs
79.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1989 US, D
A3.10.2(s)-19116
from 5 pcs: 39.00 ₽
1 pcs
39.00 ₽
Nickel five cents 1989 US, mint P
A3.5.19(s)-12850
from 5 pcs: 25.00 ₽
1 pcs
39.00 ₽

U.S. Coins 1938-2003 Jefferson

This nickel was originally designed by Felix Schlag, who won an award of $1,000 in a competition with some 390 artists. His design established  the definite public approval of portrait and pictorial themes rather than symbolic devices on our coinage.

Monticello is the primary plantation of Thomas Jefferson, who, after inheriting quite a large amount of land from his father, started building Monticello when he was twenty-six years old. Located just outside Charlottesville, Virginia in the Piedmont region.