Gonzales Flag in Shadowbox Frame with Glass
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In late September, 1835, Mexican soldiers were sent to Gonzales to recover a cannon that had been loaned to fight off Indian attacks. The citizens of Gonzales denied the request. Over 200 armed Texans surprised the Mexican soldiers before their reinforcements arrived. Two ladies of the town painted a flag on cotton cloth, depicting the cannon, the Lone Star, and the challenging words "Come and Take It". Aged and distressed, this hand-dyed all-cotton reproduction flag is mounted on burgundy linen, and framed with antiqued gold shadowboxed molding with glass facing. Measures 46"w X 31"h. Special handling required: call 1-888-678-5556 to order.
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