Pro 2nd Amendment MOLON LABE ( Come and Take It)
“Come and take it” is a historic slogan, first used in 480 BC in the Battle of Thermopylae as “Molon Labe” by Spartan King Leonidas I as a defiant answer and last stand to the surrender demanded by the Persian Army, and later in 1778 at Fort Morris in the Province of Georgia during the American Revolution, and in 1835 at the Battle of Gonzales during the Texas Revolution
Laser engraved wood flag distressed and torched for a weathered tattered look then finished with 4 coats of protective poly finish. Comes with fixed hanging brackets 16” on center and measure 20” tall and 3ft wide.
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|Dimensions||43 × 2 × 21 in|
No Engraving, Air Force, Army National Guard, Come And Take It, Don't Tread On Me, Globe Anchor, Join, or Die., United States Army, United States Coast Guard, United States Navy