We are pleased to offer for sale this 2000-P Maryland BU State Quarter. The theme of the Maryland State Quarter is "The Old Line State." Maryland was admitted into the Union on April 28th of 1788. The reverse side of the Maryland State Quarter features the Maryland Statehouse surrounded by White Oak leaf clusters and Maryland's nickname, The Old Line State. The reverse side of the Maryland State Quarter was designed by Thomas D. Rodgers. This 2000-P Maryland BU State Quarter is from the Philadelphia (P) Mint. All State Quarters are comprised of .750 copper and .250 nickel with a weight of 5.67 grams and a diameter of 24.3mm. These Maryland BU State Quarters come from original U.S. Mint Sets or original bank wrapped rolls. All of our BU State Quarters have nice eye appeal and no major marks or visible problems. This Maryland BU State Quarter represents a great value for the price. This 2000-P Maryland BU State Quarter is worth the price for any collector or numismatist who wishes to fill a space in their collection. There were 678,200,000 of the 2000-P Maryland BU State Quarters minted at the Philadelphia Mint.