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VERMONTIS 1785
Reuben Harmon, Jr. of Rupert, Vermont, designed this coin which some thought to be the most original, creative, & authentic American design found on our Colonial coins.   
Some coins in the series portrayed George III but, the best known by far was the VERMONT coin known as “Plough money”.  The front depicts a farm plow in a field against a back- ground of tree-laden mountains with the sun rising to greet the new day.
AN EXACT REPLICA VT-1

$2.00

VT 1785 VT 1785 back

VERMONTENISUM 1786
This is the second in a series of coins that Reuben Harmon, Jr. coined copper for the Republic of Vermont from 1785 to 1788.  These coins were known as “Harmon’s cent”. 
Vermont abandoned minting when the Federal Government was instituted in 1789.
AN EXACT REPLICA VT-2

$2.00

VT 1786 VT 1786 back

 

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