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Designed by Ray Day under license for Enesco and
sculpted in concert with the Lilliput Lane creative team,
REMEMBER THE ALAMO was "mastered" in the UK,
then manufactured in Thailand. It is skillfully designed and
crafted in minute detail, resulting in a high quality
patriotic collectible at an affordable price.

723207...Retail: $45.00. SOLD OUT

Size: 4.5”W x 4.5”D x 2.5”H.
In the heart of San Antonio, Texas

(The Alamo) SOLD OUT

San Antonio de Valero was originally built about 1718 as a Catholic mission and later called The Alamo (Spanish for the cottonwood trees surrounding the building).

Made famous in 1836 when the people of Texas tried to sever ties with Mexico, the
mission was overrun by Santa Anna and his 5000 man army. The Alamo fell only after 187 brave men, including James Bowie and Davy Crockett perished. Bolstered by the battle cry “Remember the Alamo”, General Sam Houston defeated Santa Anna six weeks later, forcing him to sign a treaty granting Texas its independence.

Today The Alamo, located in the heart of San Antonio, has become one of America’s greatest symbols of heroic courage and freedom.

Click American Landmarks ARCHIVE for complete list of all Ray Day sculptures created for Lilliput Lane and Enesco

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