Old Texas Flag Antique Style in Walnut Frame

Old Texas Flag Antique Style in Walnut Frame

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Texas Flag with Antique Old Look, created by Texas Artist Justin Antonevich. Matted to acid free mat board. Printed with archival quality ink. Made and printed in Texas. Mounted in walnut color frame with glass and hanger. Available in 2 sizes, 18" x 15" or Large 28" x 22". Please allow 1 week for framing.

The Flags History

The Texas State Flag National Standard of Texas adopted 1836

On December 10, 1836, President Sam Houston approved the first national flag of the Republic of Texas. This flag, known as the "National Standard of Texas" displayed a large golden five pointed star centered on an azure ground. This flag flew over the Republic of Texas until January 25, 1839.

A bill describing the "Lone Star Flag", a flag that would become the second official flag of the Republic of Texas, was introduced on December 28, 1838 by Senator William H. Wharton. The bill was, of course, referred to committee and this committee proposed a substitute bill including the same flag design proposed by Senator Wharton. This bill was passed by the Texas Congress on January 21, 1839 and approved by Texas President Mirabeau B. Lamar on January 25, 1839. This was almost six years before Texas became a member of the United States of America.

Early designs of the flag are attributed to many including Joanna Troutman, Sara Dodson, Charles Bellinger Stewart, Peter Krag and William Wharton, but it was long held that the actual designer of the Lone Star Flag was not known. The Texas House "may" have put an end to the mystery in 1997. House Resolution 1123, Commemorating Montgomery County as the birthplace of the Lone Star Flag.