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Espada Mission (1731) Mission San Francisco de la Espada, like its sister missions San Jose, San Juan, and Concepcion, had its beginnings in East Texas. Originally named San Francisco de los Tejas, Espada was renamed and relocated to San Antonio in 1731. It is the southernmost of the chain of missions located on the San Antonio River. Mission Espada features a very attractive chapel, along with an unusual door and stone entrance archway.

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Texas State Seal Key Ring

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Made of a hard Zinc Alloy, this key ring is built to last.

 The great State Seal of Texas in the official colors measures 1 1/2" in diameter and is attached to a 1 1/8" key ring.

A great item for any Texan!

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Made of a hard Zinc Alloy, this key ring is built to last.

 The great State Seal of Texas in the official colors measures 1 1/2" in diameter and is attached to a 1 1/8" key ring.

A great item for any Texan!

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