Mint produced them in the hundreds of millions. Examples in MS Sixty-seven are tough to find but with enough searching, examples can be found. In MS Sixty-eight condition or higher it is very scarce.
OBVERSE (HEADS) DESIGN - The portrait and bust of Jefferson faces right toward to the front; since 2006, the Thomas Jefferson likeness is based on a Rembrandt Peale portrait completed in 1800 (Peale's portrait was the basis for most of the images of Jefferson made during his lifetime). "IN GOD WE TRUST" appears on the right periphery with the word "Liberty" in script across the right middle by Jefferson's mouth with date and mintmark positioned just below.
The Sculptor's initials (Donna Weaver) & the Sculptor-Engraver Designer's Initials (Jamie Franki) are near either side of Jefferson's shoulders. OBVERSE LETTERING - In God We Trust, Liberty, 2018, D [Mint Mark], JNF Sculptor-Engraver Designer's Initials, DW [Sculptor's Initials]. REVERSE DESIGN - The Jefferson home is prominently centered with the name "MONTICELLO" captioned below; it's the classic rendition of Monticello originally made by artist Felix Schlag in 1938, but with greater detail and relief added in the dome, balconies, door, and windows.
The denomination "FIVE CENTS" is spelled out in half circle underneath and the words "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and the country's name in full appear at the top and bottom periphery respectively. Designer's initial appear at the right base of the building in very tiny print. REVERSE LETTERING - E Pluribus Unum, FS [Designer's initials] Monticello, Five Cents, United States of America. I accept offers on every single one of my ads.
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