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First struck in 1913, Buffalo nickel had long been difficult to coin, and after it completed 25-year term during which it could only be replaced by Congress, Mint moved quickly to replace it with new design. Mint conducted design competition in early 1938, requiring that Jefferson be depicted on obverse, and Jefferson's house Monticello on reverse. Schlag won competition, but was required to submit entirely new reverse and make other changes before new piece went into production in October 1938.