Value of Colonial Currency from Vermont

Colonial Currency from the State of Vermont – Values and Pricing

All colonial currency from Vermont is very rare.  In fact, Vermont only issued one series of colonial currency.  All notes from Vermont are dated for February 1781, and they are payable for June of 1782.  The bills read as follows, with variations for the various denominations:

The possessor of this bill shall be paid by the Treasurer of the State of Vermont … in Silver at …, by the first day of June, A.D. 1782.  By order of Assembly, Windsor February, 1781 – Death to Counterfeit, Westminster, Printed by Spoon and Green.  1781

The following denominations were printed for Vermont colonial currency:

One Shilling
One Shilling and Three Pence (fifteen pence)
Two Shillings and Six Pence (half a crown)
Five Shillings
Ten Shillings
Twenty Shillings (one pound)
Forty Shillings
Three Pounds (ten dollars)

If you have an authentic piece of money from colonial Vermont, then please consider it rare and valuable.  Needless to say, we are interested buyers of such items.  Please send us scans or digital photos of your colonial currency from Vermont so that we can make an offer.