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Obverse of 1786 Vermont Copper - Ryder 7     Reverse of 1786 Vermont Copper - Ryder 7


VERMONT COPPER COINS

Notes:
The finest Vermont Copper coin graded by PCGS is a single AU-58.

Images courtesy of Ron Guth

Varieties (40):

1785 IMMUNE COLUMBIA Reverse
      
Ryder 1 - Very Rare

1785 Landscape type - VERMONTS
      Ryder 2 - Common
      Ryder 3 - Rare

1785 Landscape type - VERMONTIS
   Sun at right
      Ryder 4 - Very Scarce
   Sun at left (counterfeit)
      Ryder 5 - Extremely Rare

1786 Landscape type - VERMONTENSIUM
      Ryder 6 - Common
      Ryder 7 - Scarce
      Ryder 8 - Very Scarce

1786 "Baby Head"
      Ryder 9 - Common

1786 Bust Facing Left
      Ryder 10 - Very Scarce
      Ryder 11 - Very Scarce

1787 Bust Facing Left
      Ryder 15 - Very Rare

1787 Bust Facing Right
      Ryder 12 - Scarce
      Ryder 14 - Common
      Ryder 32 - Extremely Rare
      Ryder 34 - Extremely Rare

1787 BRITANNIA reverse
      Ryder 13 - Common

1788 Bust Facing Right
      Ryder 16 - Very Common
      Ryder 17 - Very Scarce
      Ryder 19 - Rare
      Ryder 20 - Scarce
      Ryder 21 - Rare
      Ryder 22 - Very Rare
      Ryder 23 - Scarce
      Ryder 24 - Scarce
      Ryder 25 - Common
      Ryder 26 - Very Rare
      Ryder 27 - Common
      Ryder 28 - Rare
      Ryder 29 - Rare
      Ryder 30 - Rare
      Ryder 33 - Extremely Rare
      Ryder 36 - Very Rare
      Ryder 37 - Extremely Rare
      Ryder 38 - Extremely Rare
      Ryder 40 - Questionable
   ET LIB INDE Reverse
      Ryder 18 - Rare
      Ryder 35 - Extremely Rare
   GEORGIVS III REX obverse
      Ryder 31 - Rare

1788 Connecticut obverse
      Ryder 39 - Very Rare 

Sources and/or recommended reading:
"Copper Coins of Vermont" by Tony Carlotto

"The Colonial Coins of Vermont" by Hillyer Ryder

"Vermont Copper Coinage" by Kenneth Bressett (Chapter 11 in "Studies on Money in Early America" by Eric P. Newman and Richard C. Doty)

"Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia Of U.S. And Colonial Coins" by Walter Breen

The PCGS Population Report, October 2002" by The Professional Coin Grading Service