Vintage Texas Alamo Flag 1824 2 x 3 Foot Antiqued – Texas Battle flags
The Texas Alamo Flag is a symbol of Texas pride and independence. This 2 x 3 foot tea-stained cotton Republic of Texas era Texas Alamo flag 1824 is a reproduction of the flag that flew over the Alamo during the Texas Revolution in 1835-1836. The Mexico flag which this was designed from, features a green, white, and red tricolor with an eagle and snake in the center. The eagle represents freedom and the snake represents wisdom.
The Alamo Flag was designed by Captain Philip Dimmitt in October 1835. It was created in reference to the Mexican Constitution of 1824, which granted the people of Texas rights similar to those of U.S. citizens. The flag was flown at the Alamo during the pivotal Battle of the Alamo in San Antonio.
The battle cry of “Remember the Alamo” rallied Texas revolutionaries in their fight for independence after the Battle of the Alamo. The flag has since become a symbol of Texas pride and independence.
This Vintage Texas Alamo Flag is made from high-quality embroidered cotton and is perfect for home or office decor. It measures two feet by three feet and is sure to make a statement wherever it is displayed. The flag is also a great gift for history buffs or anyone who loves Texas from our Texas gifts and Texas flags collections.
This flag normally measures 24 x 36 inches (2 by 3 foot) unstained, but you should expect shrinkage of at least one inch in each direction from the antiquing process. Two metal grommets are attached on the flag hoist side.
Please be aware that while you may wish to hang your Texas Alamo flag outside on a special flag day, we do not recommend it stay outside. It is really better suited for a wonderful Texas-themed indoor decorating item that is not color fast, so the flag will not stand up to direct sunlight or rain without fading.
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