Vermont 2001 State Quarter:
Capturing the Essence of Vermont’s Maple Syrup Tradition

Introducing the Vermont State Quarter, a picturesque tribute to the state’s natural beauty and renowned maple syrup production. The coin showcases the majestic Camel’s Hump Mountain in the background, while in the forefront, a man is depicted standing beside two trees adorned with sap buckets.

The man, wrapped in a scarf, represents the diligent maple syrup producer, engaged in the collection process. Vermont is widely celebrated for its abundant maple syrup production, and the sap buckets symbolize the essential step in harvesting this sweet liquid gold.

Rising proudly in the backdrop, Camel’s Hump Mountain adds a touch of grandeur to the coin’s design. As the tallest undeveloped mountain in Vermont and the third tallest overall, its distinct shape serves as a familiar sight to locals and a symbol of the state’s natural splendor.

Discover the Vermont State Quarter, a captivating homage to the state’s rich heritage, stunning landscapes, and the cherished tradition of maple syrup production.

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50 State Quarters Program

ARTIST (Tails Side)

Sarah-Lee Terrat


August 6, 2001


Freedom And Unity

All five 2001 State Quarters in position in a Coin Carousel

Position 1

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13. Rhode Island 2001 State Quarter in Coin Carousel
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14. Vermont 2001 State Quarter in Coin Carousel
14. Vermont

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15. Kentucky 2001 State Quarter in Coin Carousel
15. Kentucky

The 50 State Quarters Program was launched in 1999 by the U.S. Mint and was a 10-year initiative that honored each of the 50 states. The U.S. Mint issued five new quarters each year in the order that the states ratified the Constitution or were admitted into the Union.

The coins have a common obverse design of George Washington and a state-specific reverse design. The coins were produced for about 10 weeks each and will never be produced again.

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