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Texas Declaration of Independence
This antiqued parchment document is a replica of the Texas Declaration of Independence. The Declaration was issued by the Delegates of the People of Texas, in General Convention at the town of Washington, on the second day of March 1836. It concludes by declaring Texas a free and an independent Republic.
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PERFECT FOR FRAMING! Each of our documents and posters are rolled, NEVER FOLDED, and then inserted in a poly sleeve, and shipped in rigid packaging.
COLOR, TEXTURE AND SIZE MAY VARY. Our plate printed documents and posters are hand antiqued in small batches and are thus subject to variation in color and texture. Actual height and width may vary within 1 inch of the stated dimensions.
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