Texas Money with 6 Bills | Framed Historic Currency on Double Mat | 21L X 25W" Inches
Back in the day, Texas had various currencies that included Spanish and Mexican money and banknotes from multiple other states. Eventually, Texas issued paper money in 1837. This was called "star money" because of the small star on the front of the bill. In 1838, Texas issued change notes with elaborate designs on the front while the back remained blank. Texas "redbacks" were later issued in 1839, and the government printed over two million dollars in redbacks. Framed and printed on heavy stock art paper to ensure the highest possible quality.
"Texas Money" framed art print comes delivered ready to hang, with wire hangers included and no additional framing needed. We print on heavy stock art paper to ensure the highest quality results. Decorate your home or office with this high-quality art for many years to come.
- Interior Size: 16L X 20W" Inches / Exterior Size: 21L X 25W" Inches
- Print with Double Mat Under Acrylic
- Vivid and Vibrant Colors
- Framed Under Crystal Clear High-Grade Acrylic 2.5mm Thickness
- Arrives Ready To Hang