Maryland Flags

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Maryland Flags is made of the arms of the Calvert and Crossland families. Calvert family name belonged to the Lords Baltimore who founded Maryland, and the colors of gold and black are placed in the first and fourth quarters of the state flag. Crossland name was the family of the mother of George Calvert, first Lord of Baltimore. The red and white Crossland family colors, with a cross bottony, appear in the second and third quarters. Maryland state flag was first flown in October 11, 1880, in Baltimore at a parade celebrating the 150th anniversary of the founding of Baltimore. It also was flown in October 25, 1888, at Gettysburg Battlefield for ceremonies dedicated to the Army of the Potomac. Officially, it was finally adopted in 1904 as the State flag. Order yours down below in any size you like.


  • Durable knitted or woven polyester fabric with direct to textile printing
  • Single (1 ply) or double-sided (3ply) printing available
  • 5 finishing options with grommets and sleeves
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor use
  • No minimum order quantity! One off orders are welcomed!


Discount Table

Quantity 2 Flags 3-4 Flags 5-9 Flags 10-19 Flags 20-49 Flags 50-99 Flags 100+ Flags
Discount 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 50%

Quantity Discount
2 Flags 10%
3-4 Flags 15%
5-9 Flags 20%
10-19 Flags 25%
20-49 Flags 30%
50-99 Flags 35%
100+ Flags 50%