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Dodson’s Lone Star Flag (Texas Revolution)

Dodson’s Lone Star Flag (Texas Revolution)

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"Dodson’s Lone Star Flag – Washington-on-the-Brazos"

Texas’s first lone star flag, the Dodson Flag, was made by Sarah Dodson in September 1835 for the Harrisburg militia company, where her husband served as first lieutenant. Lt. Dodson later wrote that “the single star was like Texas, alone in her opposition to the autocratic government that had been established in Mexico.”

When the Harrisburg militia company arrived in Gonzales shortly after the battle, Stephen F. Austin worried that the flag was too revolutionary, and he asked that it not be flown in case the government commander at Bexar saw it and thought it was treasonous. However, he later relented, and the company marched to Bexar under their flag. In March 1836, it was one of two flags that flew over Independence Hall when the Texas Declaration of Independence was signed. (©


Ideal for Toy Collectors, Gamers and Enthusiasts, this flag is made from high quality vinyl, wrapped and fitted to purpose made plastic flag pole. Designed primarily for 1/32 Scale Toy Soldiers.
Inspired by the Britains Deetail range*, Britains Flags have been recreated using only the best modern-day, high-quality printing methods. This means that they are of a superior finish and are long lasting and perfect for collectors of any toy soldiers. They are, in many ways, better than the original paper ones and they're available in many more styles and designs than ever before. *Also suitable for other 1/32 scale sets like Herald, Timpo, Swoppets, Airfix, etc.
· Size: Flag width: 40mm / Pole height: 80mm (Pole diameter: 1.75mm)
· Fully Authentic Design
· Printed on Waterproof, UV light and Tear Resistant Vinyl (Matt Varnish Finish)
· Fitted to a purpose moulded, polypropylene, golden brown flagpole
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