Vermont Vermont State Quarter

The U.S. State Quarter program was a great way to show off states' pride and personality while revamping the look of the quarter.

The Vermont State Quarter was released in 2001, the 3rd year of the State Quarter program. Vermont was the 4th quarter released that year.

The official release date was August 6, 2001. State quarters were released in the order states joined the United States. As such, Vermont was the 14th State Quarter released.

Total mintage of the Vermont quarter was 882,804,000 which is worth a total of $220.70 million.

Vermont Quarter

The Vermont State Quarter. Released by the U.S. Mint on August 6, 2001.


Release Order 14th
Release Date Aug 6, 2001
Mintage 0.88 Billion
Caption Freedom and Unity
Summary Maple trees with sap buckets, Camel's Hump Mountain, Vermont
Engraver T. James Ferrell

Rhode Island (Prev)

Rhode Island quarter May 21, 2001
Release Date

(Next) Kentucky

Kentucky quarter Oct 15, 2001
Release Date


Vermont is famous for many things — its wilderness, mountains, and cold winters, to name a few. All of those features are shown on Vermont's state quarter.

The quarter depicts a winder scene. Front and center, there are four trees being tapped for syrup. Behind the trees you can see Camel's Hump Mountain.

The caption on the Vermont quarter reads "Freedom and Unity."

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