Maryland Quarter Pendant ($20-$70)
Maryland state quarter pendant.
We add a patina on the coin to create contrast so the image pops out.
For the nickel-plated copper coins, we apply at least 2 coats of a jewelry-grade clear coating.
Pendant comes on a stainless-steel, double jump-ring and on a stainless-steel ballchain.
Nickel-Plated Copper (clear-coated)
or 90% Silver.
or Domed (domed available in Nickel-Plated Copper only)
Can also be turned into a keychain (same as a pendant but with a larger jump ring to attach to your keys) or placeholder/memento (same as domed pendant but no hole drilled for the jump ring, piece is solid).
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Coin Composition: Coin Composition:90% Silver, 10% Copper OR91.67% Copper, 8.33% Nickel (clad)
Minted in 2000, the Maryland quarter highlights the striking dome of the Maryland Statehouse. A distinctive building dating back to 1772, it is the country's largest wooden dome built without nails. Besides housing Maryland's colonial legislature, it was also crucial to the USA's history.
From 1783-1784, the Maryland Statehouse served as the nation's first peacetime capital. The Treaty of Paris was ratified here, officially ending the Revolutionary War. A treasure preserved, the Statehouse continues as the country's oldest state capital building still in legislative use.
Leaf clusters from the official state tree, the White Oak, and the nickname "The Old Line State" complete the selected design.