- The Maryland State Quarter was created in 2000 as it was part of the U.S. Mint's Fifty State Program. The highlights of this coin include the striking dome of the Maryland Statehouse in Annapolis. The Treaty of Paris was ratified here ending the Revolutionary War. The Maryland Statehouse served as the nation's first capital from 1783-1784 and is the oldest active state capital building still in use today. The term the Old Line State was coined by George Washington in tribute to the soldiers from Maryland who fought in the Revolutionary War. The leaf clusters are meant to represent the White Oak leaf cluster. These beautiful Maryland State Quarter Coin Cufflinks have been created through the work of an artist. The artist applies beautiful colors to the design, then by a unique firing process the color is sealed. The process is repeated after each color is applied. The hand-painting process for each piece varies, some taking as long as two days to complete. In the final stage, in order to protect the delicate hand painting, the artist applies and bakes-on a covering of very special resin, which also adds depth and color to the item while providing a lifetime of protection to the piece. These Maryland coin cufflinks make a great heirloom piece for that lover of Maryland or American history. A gift like these Maryland State coin cufflinks with a story is the best gift of all.
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