Texas Financial Collection

Texas Financial Collection

Texas Financial Collection There are 6 products.

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  • Emblems of IndependenceOriginal 19th Century Texas Banknote Framed with an Antique Map Replica Framed in darkwood, approximately 24" x 22 Denominatons of original banknotes may vary as well as custom framing. Please contact the gallery for descriptions. As an independent country - the only American state with that distinction - Texas issued its own...

  • A print of the Complete Republic of Texas Currency Collection Art print framed in darkwood, approximately 33" x 27", $245 Unframed, $45 Texas Independence Day Special $195 art print framed in darkwood The Republic of Texas circulated its own richly engraved currency for nine years, until becoming the 28th State in 1845. This framed print includes all...

  • Limited Edition Restrikes of United States Currency Framing and notes may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. These very intricate Limited Edition Restrikes were printed over two decades ago from the Original Plates Engraved by the United States Bureau of Printing and Engraving.

  • framed antique replica approximately 24" x 21", $245 As an independent country for nine years, the Republic of Texas issued its own bonds and currency. There were two issues of bonds, the first by the Government of Texas in Houston and the second series after the government of the Republic of Texas was moved to Austin. Both series feature elaborate...

  • Handcrafted Flag and Antiqued Replica Banknotes  The pair, framed, about 24" x 33", $585 Both hand antiqued replicas are mounted on oatmeal linen and framed in hand scraped dark wood shadowbox molding. The first Constitutional Convention had begun its work by declaring Texas' independence from Mexico, writing a new constitution and electing the first...

  • Original Map of Mexico or New Spain In which the motions of Cortez may be traced Circa 1793, By T. Kitchin, London Hydrographer to his Majesty approximately 24" x 26" framed Framing may vary. Please contact the gallery for description. The Spanish Conquistadors had established control of the American Southwest centuries before the other European powers...

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