Republic of Texas Map 1845 Framed Large
Celebrate Texas with this Republic of Texas Map 1845 Framed large historical map reproduction of an 1845 map of the Republic of Texas, one of our Framed Texas Maps from our Texas Home Decor and Texas Office Decor collections.
In 1845, the Republic of Texas covered territory ranging from the Rio Grande to Wyoming. This historical map features the original 36 counties of the Republic, 78 Spanish land grants along the Rio Grande in present day New Mexico, and the Santa Fe Trail, which stretched across the Great Plains from St. Louis to Santa Fe.
This history map of early Texas is printed on art gallery grade paper, mounted and protected with UV friendly matte laminate (although laminate is more expensive, we laminate all our Framed Maps so you can get closer to the details than a map under glass). Comes in your choice of frames: Antique beaded custom frame, Reclaimed Wood rustic barnwood, or Custom Dark Stained barnwood frame (all made in Texas).
Unlike other popular but smaller historical maps, this Republic of Texas Map 1845 comes in a large oversize artwork size which measures 26 x 32 inches with an approximate overall framed size of 31 x 37 inches for the barnwood frame and 30 x 36 inches for our custom beaded frame. PLEASE NOTE: Unframed maps are not laminated.
BTW, for more reading and cartography map research pleasure, check out the wonderful online selection of historical maps of Texas from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the University of Texas at Austin.
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Thanks Linda, We love these 1845 framed maps too! Regards, Bill
We are very pleased with the quality materials used to create this picture. I will definitely recommend your company to friends and family.
Hi Vicki, That [Republic of Texas map](https://www.texascrazy.com/product/republic-tx-map-1845/0 has great detail. Amazing that Texas reached all the way to Wyoming! Thanks again, Bill