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Vermont Half Dollar

Vermont postcard

Commemorative issue

Vermont Sesquicentennial Half Dollar 1777 / 1927

Battle of Bennington


Coin Description

Front: In the center, a bust of Ira Allen, the founder of Vermont. The inscription around the rim, "United States of America - Ira Allen - Founder of Vermont".

Reverse: A wildcat in the center. The date "Aug. 16" at the left, with the sesquicentennial dates "1777 - 1927" at the top. Around the rim, "Battle of Bennington Half Dollar" and "In God We Trust - E. Pluribus Unum".


Cat # Item Type Diameter Weight Mintage AU Unc
Y C51 Vermont 1927 Silver/.900 30.6 mm 12.5 grams 28,108 265.00 300.00


Vermont Half Dollar Vermont Half Dollar


AU About Uncirculated
Unc Uncirculated


Almost Uncirculated (AU): All of the detail will be visible. The coin will exhibit some wear on the highest points of the coin.

Uncirculated (Unc): A coin that did not enter circulation. Will exhibit original mint luster.


Also Available:

Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3 cent Commemorative Postage stamp honoring the 150th Anniversary of Statehood. An attractive design that displays the state Capitol in Montpelier. Canceled on the First Day of issue March 4, 1941.


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#903-7
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1941 Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3-cent Commemorative Postage stamp. Canceled on the First Day of issue at Montpelier, VT. March 4, 1941. The cachet designed by George Linn. The State Seal with Text: One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Statehood. 1791-1941. Vermont - First State Admitted to the Union under the Constitution. Printed in red and black. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#903-8
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1941 Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3-cent Commemorative Postage stamp. Canceled on the First Day of issue at Montpelier, VT. March 4, 1941. The cachet designed by George Linn. A frontiersman with a State Map in the background. Text: One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Statehood. 1791-1941. March the Fourth. Printed in red and black. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#903-13
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1941 Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3-cent Commemorative Postage stamp. Canceled on the First Day of issue at Montpelier, VT. March 4, 1941. The cachet designed by the House of Farnam company. Text: Vermont celebrates 150 Years of statehood on March 4, 1941. It was the first state to enter the union after the 13 original states - First Day Cover. Printed in green. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#903-17
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1941 Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3-cent Commemorative Postage stamp. Canceled on the First Day of issue at Montpelier, VT. March 4, 1941. The cachet designed by Stephen Anderson. The State Seal with a paragraph of Text below. Printed in purple. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#903-21
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1941 Vermont First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3-cent Commemorative Postage stamp. Canceled on the First Day of issue at Montpelier, VT. March 4, 1941. The cachet designed by the Artcraft company. Images of the Capitol, State Seal and two men Maple Sugaring with Text: 150th Anniversary of Vermont Statehood. First Day of Issue. Printed in black. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00


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