Maryland Maryland State Quarter

The U.S. State Quarter program was a great way to show off states' pride and personality while revamping the look of the quarter.

The Maryland State Quarter was released in 2000, the 2nd year of the State Quarter program. Maryland was the 2nd quarter released that year.

The official release date was March 13, 2000. State quarters were released in the order states joined the United States. As such, Maryland was the 7th State Quarter released.

Total mintage of the Maryland quarter was 1,234,732,000 which is worth a total of $308.68 million.

Maryland Quarter

The Maryland State Quarter. Released by the U.S. Mint on March 13, 2000.


Release Order 7th
Release Date Mar 13, 2000
Mintage 1.23 Billion
Caption The Old Line State
Summary Dome of the Maryland State House, white oak (state tree) clusters
Engraver Thomas D. Rodgers

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Massachusetts quarter Jan 3, 2000
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Maryland, "The Old Line State," proudly displays its caption front and center. The caption surrounds a depiction of the Maryland State House. Around the sides of the quarter are White Oak branches (state tree). Maryland is called The Old Line State because the Mason Dixon line is the state\'s northern boundary.

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