Texas Trivia

Spanish explorer Francisco Vasquez de Coronado was convinced that somewhere in the American Southwest the Seven Cities of Gold existed. Years of searching cost the lives of hundreds of Indian guides and soldiers, who found little gold and lots of hardship along the way. Fast forward about 430 years to 1969, and you'll find Bart Mann and Jack Morgan sloshing through Fisher Lake in West Texas, spending their days prying stunningly colored pearls from thousands of native shells.

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Super Mega Bag 200 Collector Pins

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Bag of 200 Texas Shape Collector Pins

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$230.00

Super Mega Bag 200 Collector Pins

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We often have requests for an inexpensive Texas item that one can hand out during travels and we found out the Mega Bag was not enough for some of you....
So if you're buying for a field trip or plan to give tons of these out during your travels, This is the Super Big ticket. 100 Texas Shaped Collector Pins, all in one big bag, just for you (and whoever you're going to share these awesome pins with!)

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