Gonzales Come and Take It Flags - Printed Polyester
Sizes ranging from 2x3 up to 4x6 Come and Take It printed polyester flags
The famous Come and Take It Gonzales flag was painted by Cynthia Burns and Evaline DeWitt on a cotton cloth and flown at Gonzales Texas in late September 1835 which was the site of the first battle in the Texas war for independence from Mexico. Because of concerns of a Texas rebellion, Mexican troops were sent to recover a cannon that had been given to the town to fight off occasional Indian attacks. In a display of defiance, the Texans, refusing to be disarmed, fired on the Mexican troops, compelling them to withdraw. The Gonzales flag has become a popular symbol of second amendment rights nationwide and other variations of the design have since been created.
Single-ply polyester is a very lightweight material that will fly nicely in the slightest breeze. The image is viewable from both sides and the lettering reads correctly from one side.
- One solid piece of printed, hemmed fabric
- Heavy canvas header with brass grommets
- 4 rows of stitching on the fly end to prevent premature fraying