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Vermont State Quarter - 2001
  • Quality: Circulating  
  • Production Facility: Philadelphia; Denver  
  • Public Law Number: 105  
Bust of President George Washington.  Inscribed: United States of America, Liberty, In GOD We Trust, and Quarter Dollar.
Obverse: Download
Obverse Description:
Highlights a bust of President George Washington. The inscriptions on this coin says, United States of America, Liberty, In GOD We Trust, and Quarter Dollar.
Obverse Designer:
John Flanagan

Obverse Designer 2:
William Cousins - Modified John Flanagan original design

Image of Camel's Hump Mountain with maple trees and sap buckets in the forefront.  Inscribed:  Freedom and Unity; Vermont; 1791; 2001; and E Pluribus Unum.
Reverse: Download
Reverse Description:
Released on August 6, 2001, this is the 14th coin released in the 50 State® Quarter Program and the fourth released in 2001. Vermont, admitted into the Union on March 4, 1791, themed, Freedom & Unity. The image highlights Camel's Hump Mountain and maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront. The coin inscriptions says: Freedom and Unity; Vermont; 2001; and E Pluribus Unum. President William J. Clinton was in office when this legislation was signed. Three United States Mint Directors served under President Clinton's tenure; David J. Ryder of Idaho, Philip N. Diehl of Texas, and Jay W. Johnson of Wisconsin.
Reverse Designer:
T. James Ferrell


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