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1901–1909 1907–1909 1909–1913 1913–1936
1901–1909 1907–1909 1909–1913 1913–1936
1936–1966 1963–1981 1981–1999 1999–present
1936–1966 1963–1981 1981–1999 1999–present

The overriding threefold motif of Texaco logos has emphasized the colour red, the shape of a five-pointed star, and the letter T. Texaco is short for "The Texas Company".

1901–1909

Red Star.svg

1907–1909

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1909–1913

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1913–1936

T13.png
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1936–1966

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1963–1966 (secondary), 1966–1981 (primary)

Texaco 1.png
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This logo was introduced in 1963, but it was not used as the primary logo until 1966.

1981–present

1981–1999 (primary), 1999–present (secondary)

Texaco logo 1981.svg
Designer:  Richard Felton
Anspach Grossman Portugal
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  1981

In 1981, the Texaco trademark changed to a white star with a red capital "T" inside a red circle. It is a modified version of the 1963 logo.

1999-present

Texaco logo.svg

As of 1999, the "TEXACO" typeface was dropped and only the 1981 symbol remains. On February 8, 2002, Texaco merged with Chevron.


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