We are pleased to offer for sale this 2001-S Vermont State Quarter Silver Proof. The theme of the Vermont Silver State Quarter is "Freedom & Unity." Vermont was admitted into the Union on March 4th of 1791. The reverse side of the Vermont Silver State Quarter features an image of Camel's Hump Mountain in the background and maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront. The reverse side of the Vermont Silver State Quarter was designed by T. James Ferrell. This 2001-S Vermont State Quarter Silver Proof is from the San Francisco (S) Mint. All Silver State Quarters are comprised of .900 silver and .100 copper (90% silver) with a weight of 6.25 grams and a diameter of 24.3mm. These Vermont State Quarter Silver Proofs come from original U.S. Mint Proof Sets. All of our Silver State Quarter Proofs have nice eye appeal and no major marks or visible problems. This Vermont State Quarter Silver Proof represents a great value for the price. This 2001-S Vermont State Quarter Proof Silver Coin is worth the price for any collector or numismatist who wishes to fill a space in their collection. There were 889,697 of the 2001-S Vermont State Quarter Proof Silver Coins minted at the San Francisco Mint.