1785 Vermont Colonial - Landscape & Corona - ANACS FR2 (Details; Rare)
  • Grading Service: American Numismatic Association Certification Service - ANACS
  • Grade: Fair 2 - FR2
  • Certification: 7316351
  • Country: United States - Vermont
  • Period: Pre-Federal
  • Type: Standard Circulation Coin
  • Years: 1785
  • Mint: United States - Rupert, Vermont
  • Currency: Vermont Dollar
  • Composition: Copper
  • Diameter: 22mm
  • Weight: 6g
  • Edge: Smooth
  • Obverse: Landscape with the sun rising over the ridge and a line of trees, date below, legend around
  • Reverse: "STELLA QUARTA DECIMA" around a corona consisting of 13 stars around and an eye at the center
US Colonial Vermont Coppers 1785 to 1788:

On January 15th 1777, six months after the declaration of independence of the original thirteen states was signed, Vermont declared itself as an independent republic. It remained so until it became the 14th state of the union on March 4th, 1791. As the first local territory with the authority to produce coins, Vermont issued a series of copper denominations.

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