Maryland 50 State Heritage Collection™ Ornament
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Maryland 50 State Heritage Collection™ Ornament

Maryland became a state on April 28, 1788 as the 7th state in our union. The recorded history of Maryland dates to the beginning of the European exploration when the Venetian John Cabot explored the North American coast for England in 1498. It wasn’t until 1632 that the colonial Province of Maryland was granted by King Charles I to Sir George Calvert [read more in the included brochure]


  • Packaging: Beautiful gift box and brochure
  • Origin: Made in America
  • Measures 3 inches L x 2.5 inches H
  • Materials: 24k gold finish and brass

About the 50 State Heritage Collection™

Each of our 50 states have a unique history that we have set out to celebrate with this collection. Each ornament features memorable historical events and fun features that tell a little bit about the state. These ornaments will be released periodically in the order in which the state became part of the United States of America. We hope you'll enjoy these as much as we have enjoyed designing them!

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Centreville, MD
Very nice depiction of the state.

Aurora, CO
so far, each of the state ornaments are very descriptive of the state they represent as I hope to collect all 50. The Maryland one fits right in line with the first 6 issues.
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