Iconic Emblems of Texas

Enjoy an impressive array of Bonds, Land Grants, Banknotes, and a range of
Documents from the Republic and the early years of Statehood. You can combine selections from ranching,
real estate, transportation and the oil patch with vintage photography for a unique result.

Iconic Emblems of Texas There are 19 products.

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  • This framed museum replica is 25" x 18" and is accompanied by a transcript in a matching frame (right), $325 for the pair Considered to be one of the most heroic documents in American History, this call to arms by William Barret Travis was carried through enemy lines by Albert Martin, a 30 year old Tennessean. In response, 32 brave men bid farewell to...

  • The pair framed, 25" x 33", $625 The Alamo Flag with the Last Letter From the Alamo - two moving symbols of Texas' Spirit of Independence - each hand antiqued and paired in a single gold leaf frame, with background information on each included on the back.

  • The pair framed, 25" x 33", $585 The First Flag of the Republic with Chapman and Hall's Map of the Republic of Texas as Recognized by the Major World Powers - a stirring tribute to the Republic of Texas -each hand antiqued and paired in a single gold leaf frame, with the background information on each included on the back.

  • 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".

  • 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...

  • A true emblem of Texas scale thinking Each map is 23" x 27", framed in matching darkwood, $485 for the pair A true emblem of Texas scale thinking, the X.I.T. Ranch covered over 3,000,000 acres in over ten counties, and was the largest fenced ranch in the world. This pair of maps, originally published at the turn of the last century, make marvelous...

  • The Battle of Gonzales Flag paired with Travis' Last Letter From the Alamo The pair framed, 25" x 33", $625 The Flag of Gonzales with Travis' Last Letter From the Alamo. Two of the most moving symbols of the spirit of the Republic of Texas–Travis' heroic letter and the defiant emblem of the battle at Gonzales–each handmade and paired in a single antiqued...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Texas history of flags and territory maps Framed print, 30" x 25", $285 The flags and maps on this print help to tell the story of Texas' battle for independence. Texas has the distinction of being the only state that was an independent country for nine years. The Republic of Texas was recognized as an independent country by the United States as well as...

  • Unique vintage photograph with antiqued replica badges Shadowbox framed, 27" x 24", $585 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...

  • The Can Do Spirit of the Lone Star State Framed in darkwood, 18" x 26", $165 Texans seem to be recognized throughout the world as TEXANS first and AMERICANS second. The Can Do Spirit and the “write your own ticket” nature of the Lone Star State – from cowboys on the open plains, to the rough necks in the oil patch to the space flight engineers and...

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