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Maryland Tercentenary 1934

Maryland Seal Postcard

Half Dollar

State of Maryland


Commemorative coin issued to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Maryland colony.

Coin Description

Front: A bust of "Lord Baltimore" with the motto "In God We Trust" & "E. Pluribus Unum". Around the rim, "United States of America - Half Dollar".

Reverse: The seal of the State of Maryland. Around the rim, "Maryland Tercentenary" and the anniversary dates "1634-1934".


Cat # Item Type Diameter Weight Mintage AU Unc
Y C32 Maryland 1934 Silver/.900 30.6mm 12.5 grams 25,000 150.00 175.00


Maryland Half Dollar Maryland Half Dollar


AU About Uncirculated
Unc Uncirculated


Almost Uncirculated (AU): All of the detail will be visible. The coin will exhibit some wear on the highest points of the coin.

Uncirculated (Unc): A coin that did not enter circulation. Will exhibit original mint luster.


Also Available:

1934 Maryland Tercentenary First Day Cover issued by the USA Postal Service. A 3 cent Commemorative Postage stamp celebrating the 300th Anniversary. An attractive design that displays Lord Baltimore's two ships, "the Ark and the Dove". Canceled on the First Day of issue March 23, 1934.


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Price
#736-7 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by F.R. Rice. The Trinity Church with Text: Maryland Tercentenary - Church built in 1829 from bricks of the first State House. Saint Mary's City, Maryland. 1634 - March 23 - 1934. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#736-10 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by Harry Ioor. An image of Lord Calvert with settlers led in prayer in the background. Text: Tercentenary 1634-1934. Settlement of Maryland - The First Landing of the Maryland Colonists. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#736-14 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by George Linn. The Seal of Maryland in green. Text: 1634/1934 - Three Hundredth Anniversary of the Founding of Maryland. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#736-15 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by George Linn. An image of Lord Baltimore with his ship in the background. Native Indians on the shore. Text: Tercentenary of the Foundation of Maryland. The anniversary dates 1634/1934. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#736-28 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by W. Kapner. The Seal of Maryland in red. Text: Maryland - 1634/1934 - This stamp was issued to commemorate the tercentenary of Maryland on March 25, 1634 by Cecil Calvert, Second Lord Baltimore. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00
#736-30 pic
Maryland Tercentenary FDC with cachet. Canceled at Saint Marys City, MD. March 23, 1934. The cachet designed by Stephen Anderson. The Seal of the State with Text: 1634 Maryland Tercentenary 1934 - with a brief history of the stamp issue. Envelope: 3 5/8" x 6 1/2".
6.00


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