Symbol of Texan Resolve: The 1835-1836 Alamo Flag Pays Tribute to Mexican Constitution in Fight for Independence
The Alamo Flag, from 1835 to 1836, was designed as a tribute to the Mexican constitution of 1824, a cause that Texan rebels rallied behind in their fight for independence.
Crafted in 1835, this flag is said to have been flown at the Alamo, serving as a symbol of the Texans' dedication to the principles enshrined in the constitution and their fervent struggle for autonomy.
The 1824 Alamo Flag poster encapsulates a pivotal period in Texan history, reflecting the year when a distinctive flag was flown over the Alamo, the iconic fortress in San Antonio, Texas.
Featuring a vivid design of a green, white and red field and the year "1824" inscribed in the center, this flag represented the Texan commitment to the Mexican Constitution of 1824, which upheld federalist principles.
The flag's display symbolized Texan adherence to the principles of self-governance, liberty, and the rights of local communities.
The 1824 Alamo Flag poster effectively captures the spirit of the time, portraying the region's struggle for autonomy and the ideals that laid the groundwork for Texas' eventual independence from Mexico.
This satin poster brings the artwork to life on top-tier quality 210 gsm satin paper. With a low-glare satin finish, this custom artwork can be exquisitely showcased in any indoor environment. Available in multiple sizes to best match your vision.
★ Museum-grade 210gsm satin paper: The museum-grade 210 gsm paper is known to be archival, which means it can be stored for a long time without turning yellow
★ Pigment inks: Bright and intense colors of your desired design
★ Vibrant colors: The latest printing techniques provide bright, crisp colors and sharp details
★ Low-glare finish
★ Available in multiple sizes
★ For indoor use only
★ Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts
Hanging: Posters can be hung with double-sided tape, tacks, or framed
Care instructions: If the poster does gather any dust, you may wipe it off gently with a clean, dry cloth.
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