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San Jacinto Liberty Flag (Texas Revolution)

San Jacinto Liberty Flag (Texas Revolution)

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"Liberty Flag - San Jacinto"

The Liberty flag was the only confirmed Texian battle flag that flew at the Battle of San Jacinto. It was presented to the Newport Rifle Company by Catherine Sherman, the wife of Colonel Sidney Sherman, in late 1835, shortly before they left Kentucky for Texas. The bare-breasted woman holding sword painted on the center of the flag was based on the famous painting Liberty Leading the People, which depicts the French July Revolution.

Unlike the other five flags of the Texas Revolution, which have been lost to time or never produced, the original Liberty flag still exists. It was returned to Catherine Sherman after the Revolution and kept by her family until it was gifted to the State of Texas in 1933. It is currently on display at the Texas House of Representatives. (©


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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