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    Vermont February 1781 2s 6d PMG Fine 12. Vermont is a difficult state to obtain as there was only a single Vermont Colonial issue. The design on this rare note includes thirteen joined links along with one loose link. That link represents Vermont's objection to being excluded from being among the original colonies that asserted statehood. The accompanying motto is VERMONT CALLS FOR JUSTICE. This issue was printed on thin weak paper and only 3600 of these scarce 2s6d notes were included. Judah Paddock Spooner and Timothy Green printed these notes in Westminster. That same year they began printing The Vermont Gazette or Green Mountain Post Boy. Spooner actually managed the press as Green was still active in New London. Split repairs were mentioned by PMG.

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