"The Suffragette" Series

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"The Suffragette" Series

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Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Stamp

Items in the "The Suffragette" Series Collection

There are Things That Even a Suffragette Cannot Do
[Image: A man in all black businesss attire stops on the sidewalk to tie his shoe as he smokes a pipe. The text on the bottom reads, "There are things that even a suffragette cannot do."] Color; 9x14cm; Print

The Suffragette- Down with Man Made Laws!
[Image: A young girl in a pink dress and oversized hat speaking from atop a barrel, next to a "Votes for Women" sign in Trafalgar Square, London, England. She appears to be handing out information about the women's suffrage movement while an officer…

The Suffragette - Somebody Please Move this Horrid Man
[Image: A young girl in a pink dress throws a tantrum as she is blocked from entering into a building by a policeman who is holding up his hand as a gesture to tell her she is not allowed entry. The text along the bottom reads, "The Suffragette.…

The Suffragette - I Will See the Government
[Image: A young girl in a green dress stands pouting as she is handcuffed to a fence. On the other side of the fence a police man stands guard with his back turned toward the girl. The text along the bottom reads, "The suffragette. I will see the…

The Suffragette - In Court
[Image: A young girl in a green dress stands pouting in a court room beside her "Votes for Women" placard while a judge sits in front of her and reads off her sentence. The text below reads, "The suffregette in court - two months without chocolates"]…

The Suffragette - Pouting in Prison
[Image: A young girl in a red dress sits with her legs crossed pouting in a prison cell as she leans on a "Votes for Women" placard. Text below the photo reads, "The Suffragette, Pouting in Prison."] Color; 9x14cm; Photograph

The Suffragette's Vision - Mrs. Speaker
[Image: A seated woman dressed in the robes of the Speaker of the House of Commons while a another woman stands beside her carrying a ceremonial mace. The postcard is a satirical representation of what women serving in parliament would look like. The…