There is nothing cooler than Main Street lined with our gorgeous state flag!!!
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Flag of Maryland

Flag of Maryland

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Sweet Santa Claus With Flag Of Maryland Pack Of Gift Tags

Sweet Santa Claus With Flag Of Maryland Pack Of Gift Tags

(Lord Baltimore, 1629).  This is the personal flag of George Calvert, the First Lord Baltimore, who visited Virginia in 1629 and liked it so much he became the proud owner of Maryland, and sent the ships Ark and Dove to settle it a few years later.  The next time you see the State Flag of Maryland, remember!

(Lord Baltimore, 1629). This is the personal flag of George Calvert, the First Lord Baltimore, who visited Virginia in 1629 and liked it so much he became the proud owner of Maryland, and sent the ships Ark and Dove to settle it a few years later. The next time you see the State Flag of Maryland, remember!

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Told they could not hang a flag the house was painted as a flag. Gotta love it. Cambridge, Maryland

Told they could not hang a flag the house was painted as a flag. Gotta love it. Cambridge, Maryland

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Check out this item in my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/244500821/maryland-state-flag-distressed-maryland

Check out this item in my Etsy shop https://www.etsy.com/listing/244500821/maryland-state-flag-distressed-maryland

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The 15-star Confederate battle flag flag of General Lloyd Tilghman of Maryland & Kentucky [killed at Vicksburg], 1 of only 2 such known flags in this star count, an exquisite example of both historic and graphic importance. The count of 15 stars incorporates all of the slave states, adding the border states of Maryland and Delaware to the 13 others represented on most flags. The stunning, hand-sewn flag of General Tilghman is made entirely of silk, constructed with great care, and easily…

The 15-star Confederate battle flag flag of General Lloyd Tilghman of Maryland & Kentucky [killed at Vicksburg], 1 of only 2 such known flags in this star count, an exquisite example of both historic and graphic importance. The count of 15 stars incorporates all of the slave states, adding the border states of Maryland and Delaware to the 13 others represented on most flags. The stunning, hand-sewn flag of General Tilghman is made entirely of silk, constructed with great care, and easily…

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