• Premier size: $875 (45" x 31")Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") The first Constitutional Convention had begun its work by declaring Texas' independence from Mexico, writing a new constitution and electing the first leaders. A committee of five delegates, all signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence, was selected and their choice for a design for...

  • Accompanied by a printed transcript in a matching frame, $625 Vintage Photograph and Last Letter from the Alamo A stirring tribute to Texas' Spirit of Independence - Historic photo paired with the Last Letter of the Alamo. Both hand antiqued replicas are mounted on linen and framed in hand-scraped dark wood shadowbox molding, 25" x 33".

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") In late September, 1835, Colonel Ugartechea, the commander of the Mexican garrison at San Antonio, sent a few men to Gonzales to recover a cannon that had been loaned to the town to fight off occasional Indian attacks. The citizens of Gonzales realized that the intent of the move was to...

  • Vintage photograph with antique replica shareholder certificate Photograph & share framed, 18" x 41", $385 The wildcatting heritage of the Lone Star state is a large part of the Texas mystique throughout the world. This vintage photograph from the most famous Texas oil field has been paired with an antiqued replica turn of the century petroleum...

  • Emory's rare 1844 map as recognized by the U.S. $225 framed replica, approximately 40 1/2" x 30"$55 unframed replica, approximately 30 3/4" x 20" The annexation of Texas by the United States was a dominant issue of the presidential campaign of 1844. This map, drawn by an engineer in the U.S. Army, was the first to accurately depict all of Texas,...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $325 (25" x 18") A month after Santa Anna was defeated, the Mexican government repudiated the treaties he signed and refused to recognize the independent sovereignty of Texas. Their threats of an invasion made a strong defense a continuing concern for the Texas army. On one foray in the spring of 1842, San...

  • Detailed Geologic Map of Texas, circa 1920 $845 Framed replica map in darkwood          Approximately 41" wide by 41" tall$485 Unframed replica map For over 100 years the oil and gas industry has been a cornerstone of the Texas economy and the Lone Star way of life – even a big part of the image of Texas worldwide. Texans not involved in any aspect of...

  • Framed in dark wood approximatley, 18" x 21", $165 Please contact the gallery for additional quotes by Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill was one of the 20th century's keenest observers of the human condition. You can select from several of his most memorable quotes, each paired with a classic portrait from his service as Prime Minister during the...

  • A print of the Complete Currency Collection Framed in darkwood, 33" x 27", $245Unframed, $45 The Republic of Texas circulated it's own richly engraved currency for nine years, until becoming the 28th State in 1845. This framed print includes all nine denominations, as well as the ornate reverse, which gave the notes their nickname of "red backs."...

  • Vintage photograph and restrike of Partnership Certificate The pair, framed, 28" x 34", $445 To finance the construction of a grand State Capitol, the Texas Legislature appropriated 3,000,000 acres in the panhandle. This became the X.I.T.ranch - the largest fenced ranch, and one of the most famous, in the world. X was for the Roman numeral ten, since the...

  • Premier size: $875 (45" x 31") Collector size: $385 (25" x 18") A proudly independent streak has been a cornerstone of the Lone Star spirit from the very beginning. The first settlers were drawn to Texas by the opportunity of an unfettered life in an agriculturally rich land with a very pleasant climate. The early Texans lived under the Mexican...

  • Unique vintage photograph with antiqued replica badges Shadowbox framed, 18" x 25", $325 The Texas Rangers were founded in 1823 - fourteen years before Texas' independence from Mexico was even declared. Their skill soon won them recognition as the most efficient and least expensive way to protect the Texas frontier, thin out desperados, bring in cattle...