The building on the back of the nickel is Thomas Jefferson's house.
The building on the back of the nickel is Monticello, which was the home of Thomas Jefferson (who is on the other side of the nickel).
The building on the reverse [tails] side of the Jefferson nickel is the home of Thomas Jefferson, Monticello, located in Charlottesville, Virginia. There is a caption right under the building that identifies it.
The dime doesn't have a picture of a building on it. The penny used to have the Lincoln Memorial, and the nickel shows Monticello.
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Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson 3rd president. The name is right under the building in small letters.
No. The White House has never been on the reverse of the nickel. The building is Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home.
Thomas Jefferson's home is on the back of the nickel.
No nickel has Mount Vernon on it.Mount Vernon was George Washington's home, but Jeffersonis on the nickel and his home is called Monticello, just like the word underneath the building tells you! Before that (1913-1938), we had the Five Cent Indian Head nickel, popularly called the "Buffalo" nickel with an Indian head on the face (the obverse side) and a buffalo on the back (the reverse side).