For outdoor (or indoor) display, the Maryland Flag is made from 100% heavyweight nylon fabric specially treated to minimize sun and chemical deterioration. This single reverse flag is dyed and finished with strong canvas headings and brass grommets.
The heraldic device on the quarted flag of Maryland dates from the founding of the colony early in the seventeenth century. It depicts the arms of Lord Baltimore, the colony's founder, quartering the Arms of his father (Calvert) with those of his mother (Crossland).
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