1936 3c Texas Centennial

# 776 - 1936 3c Texas Centennial

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U.S. #776
1936 3¢ Texas Centennial

Issue Date:
March 2, 1936
First City: Gonzales, TX
Quantity Issued: 124,324,500
 
Nicknamed the "Lone Star State," Texas is the second-largest state in the Union. Settled by the Spanish in the late 1600s, Texas won its independence in 1836. In 1845, Texas became the 28th state to join the Union.
 
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U.S. #776
1936 3¢ Texas Centennial

Issue Date:
March 2, 1936
First City: Gonzales, TX
Quantity Issued: 124,324,500
 
Nicknamed the "Lone Star State," Texas is the second-largest state in the Union. Settled by the Spanish in the late 1600s, Texas won its independence in 1836. In 1845, Texas became the 28th state to join the Union.