2000-07 Maryland State Quarter - P

Item Number: 72235
Product Type:  Coin
Size: 1 inch (24.26mm) Round
Material: Nickel Clad uncirculated
Price: $0.49

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2000 Maryland State Quarter

The seventh state quarter in the US Mint 50 State Quarters Program features the Maryland State House Dome. Maryland’s Capitol in Annapolis is the oldest capital building currently in use in the United States, and was the first peacetime capital of the United States (1783-1784). The seventh state quarter coin also displays White Oak leaf clusters (the White Oak is the Maryland state tree) and the state nickname “The Old Line State” (coined by George Washington to salute the contribution of Maryland’s line troops to the Revolutionary War). Coin collectors, residents of Maryland, and all Americans will appreciate the historic significance of this state quarter. This coin carries the mint mark of Philadelphia, where it was minted.

Packaging Options

Plastic Coin Flip

Select this option and your quarter will come packaged in a plastic coin flip.

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Plastic Snap Lock Case (Add $1.00)

Select this option and your quarter will come mounted in a plastic snap lock case with the state name and state flag suitable for display when open or protect the coin when closed.

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