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Texas pecan production in 1910 was 5,832,267 pounds. In 1914 all but eight counties reported pecan trees growing within their boundaries. The leading pecan-producing counties in 1926 were Brown, Bell, Bexar, Burnet, Comanche, Dallas, Erath, Gillespie, Gonzales, Grayson , and Guadalupe. These counties produced over 250,000 pounds of pecans each. Exports from Texas during the 1920s ranged from twenty-five to 500 carloads a year. During the years of light production practically the entire crop was used in the state, but during the years of heavy production about 75 percent of the crop was exported to northern and eastern markets, principally to shellers and candy makers.

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Large Sterling Silver Horned Toad Pin

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Sterling Silver Large Horned Toad pin
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Large Sterling Silver Horned Toad Pin

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  • Large Sterling Silver Horned Toad Pin

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This is a great item.The Texas horned lizard was bestowed the honor as the Texas State Reptile in 1992.
This is our largest Horned Toad model, it measures 1 3/4" head to tail. We have this item set with our trademark Genuine Ruby eyes. Affixed to the underside is a pin mechanism.
We have seen other Horned Toad jewelery but feel ours is the absolute best. These toads are cast from molds made from actual horned toads before they became endangered in 1968.

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