May 1, 1975:  National Governors’ Conference with Silver Medallion

March 4, 1978: Sugaring in Vermont

March 4, 1978:  The Hermet Thrust and the Rec Clover-- Fleetwood (National Audubon Society), Birds and Flowers of the 50 States,  Issue Number 13

March 4, 1980:  Porcupine and the Sugar Maple--Fleetwood:  The Wildlife of the 50 States, National Audubon Society, Issue Number 14

March 4, 1981:  Parula Warbler/Golden Rod--Fleetwood:  Songbirds of the 50 States, Issue Number 14

September 7, 1981:  National Association of Postmaster of the United States (NAPUS)

March 4, 1982:  The Question Mark and the Chicory--Fleetwood:  “Butterflies of the 50 States” Issue 14

January 21, 1983: Ethan Allan--Fleetwood: “Proudest Americans of the Fifty States” “US Capitol Historical Society”

March 4, 1983: Green Winged Teal--Fleetwood:  Waterbirds of the 50 States, Issue 14

January 8, 1984:  Jacob Collamer--Fleetwood: “”Proudest Americans of the Fifty States” “US Capitol Historical Society”

March 4, 1985:  State Seal

March 4, 1985:  Hermit Thrush and Red Clover--Fleetwood:  “Don Balke’s Birds and Flowers of the 50 States”

March 4, 1986:  Green Heron

March 4, 1986:  “America The Beautiful”: State Capitol

March 4, 1986:  “Green Mountain State” with stamps

December 29, 1986:  George Dewey

April 22, 1987:  USS Vermont

April 22, 1988:  USS Vermont

March 4, 1989:  Cedar Wax Wing

March 4, 1990: “America The Beautiful”: State Capitol

March 4, 1991:  Bill of Rights

March 4, 1991: Artcraft

December 26, 1992:  George Dewey (Fleetwood Maxicard)

March 4, 1994: Most Honored Events in US History:  Vermont Joins the Union (with stamps)

March 4, 1997:  22k gold States of the Union

March 4, 1997: VERMONT/ “Green Mountain State” with stamps

March 4, 2004:   VERMONT/ “Green Mountain State”

March 4, 2010:  The Green Mountain State (25c coin)


updated September 2, 2013