About

Texian Trade’n Post might be new to the world wide web, but we’re not new to Texas History and unique historical items!  I’ve been studying and collecting Indian artifacts, battleground finds, archeological sites, history books, and listening to old-timers’ tales nearly all of my life!  I thoroughly enjoy studying antiques, learning the true history behind the item, and the men and women that held them.

In 1989 Texian Trade’n Post was created by owner Malcom L. Johnson, bringing unique items and a bit of history to its customers. 

In 1995 Malcom Lee Johnson was presented a certificate naming him as a ‘Admiral in the Texas Navy’, signed by then Governor of Texas, George W. Bush.  This honor recognized Malcom for his research on various Texas History subjects, including Archeology, and early Texas ships.

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Our hard to find, and sometimes exclusive items include Early Texian Period (1700’s +),  Republic of Texas, Navy, Army, & Mexican Army buttons.  Items for Rendezvous,  Re-enactments, Pow – Wows,  Historically Correct Items,  Historical & Texas Information,  Dates,   Western Gear,  Mountain Man,  Early Trade Items, Frontiersmen Home Decor,  Pioneer Items,  Uniform and Blazer Buttons, clothing, apparel, Texas Star and Wreath, movie costumes, & Military Accouterments.

©  Malcom Lee Johnson

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Phil Foster, Fort Thomas, KY

    Are you all still in business? The phone number is a bookkeeping service. If you’re still at it, I need about 24 of your Mexican Army buttons.

    Reply
    1. malcomj Post author

      Yes, my office is in my wife’s Bookkeeping Office. Feel free to call 830.896.4033 and simply ask for Malcom or mail in an order form. Thanks.

      Reply

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