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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
What a Woman May Be, and Yet Not Have the Vote: What a Man May Be, and Yet Not Lose the Vote
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image is printed in vibrant lithographic colours and depicts a row of women in respectable jobs and beneath this a row of male convicts, lunatics etc. (Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked with a Portrayer insignia and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft). Brand new fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14447
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
Votes for Women: Wanted Everywhere
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image is taken from an attractive suffragette poster advertising "Votes for Women", the Pethick-Lawrence edited newspaper, founded in October 1907. The colours are green, grey, purple and white and the image depicts a suffragette in contemporary dress standing in a field and holding aloft a copy of the newspaper. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14450
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
Votes for Workers:
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image is printed in vibrant colours and is taken from a suffragette poster, created by W.F. Winter, and originally produced by the Artists' Suffrage League (date unknown). Image (in shades of brown, cream and sand) shows weary and dejected British working woman at a sewing machine, with the slogan "Votes for Workers" beneath it. Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14486
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greeting Cards, .
Convicts, Lunatics and Women: Have No Vote for Parliament!
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image is printed in vibrant lithographic colours and is taken from a suffragette poster by artist Emily J. Harding Andrews. (Originally published by the Artists' Suffrage League). Image (in brown, gold and cream sepia) shows an educated woman, wearing cap and gown, and standing inside locked gates with a convict and a "lunatic". Two books lean against the gates from the outside. Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft). Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14449
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
The Suffragette: 1d Weekly
(Portrayer Publishers, 2003). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design) which reproduce an original poster advertising " The Suffragette" newspaper, circa. 1912. The image is printed in vibrant lithographic colours and depicts a young lady in the countryside, by a gate, holding high a copy of 'The Suffragette' newspaper. (Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked with a Portrayer insignia and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. 10 Greetings Cards. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-F6551
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
Torturing Women in Prison: Vote Against the Government
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image, printed in vibrant colours, is taken from suffragette poster, originally produced by The National Women's Social and Political Union. It shows a prison cell in which a woman is being forcibly held down in a chair by a man and a woman, whilst another man pours liquid down a tube into the woman's nose. Written on the prison wall are the words votes for women. Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14485
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Adair, Ian.
Conjuring as a Craft:
(David and Charles, 1970). Hardback. Very good in slightly stained, slightly soiled dustwrapper. 160pp. Order No. NSBK-A8971
Keywords: 0715347977, magic, magicians, craft, conjuring, conjurors, entertainment, illusion, sleight of hand, sleight, sleights, illusions, props, patter, magician, tricks, magic tricks, Ian Adair, magic trick, hobby, hobbies, magic shows, magic cards, stage magic, stage magic, decks, deck, vanishing tricks, 1970s, seventies
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Suffragette Postcard, Original Real Photographic.
Amendment Float. Suffragettes' Parade: March 3rd 1913. Washington DC
(I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD, 1913). An original real photographic postcard for collectors of original suffragette / Votes for Women memorabilia. On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - organised a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington DC. (Pennsylvania Avenue). It was timed to coordinate with Woodrow Wilson's presidential inauguration, the following day. The marchers were jeered and attacked, and had to fight their way through the mob, and the resulting publicity focused the country's attention on the issue of Woman Suffrage. This is an original, contemporary postcard, issued at the time. A horse-drawn float carries the words: "We Demand an Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Enfranchising the Women of the Country". A suffragette rides alongside on a white horse, and crowds of bystanders watch the float go by, from underneath a marquee / cloth verandah. On the back of the card, there's a handwritten contemporary message in ink. There was about four hundred thousand people on the avenue that day. There are 325,000 population in this city [Washington], and we had about 300,000 visitors". The card has not been posted and there is no stamp or postmark. Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges and corners. There's a large round coffee stain to the top right, a small crease bottom left, and a few light scratches. Rear is browned with a little brown staining top edge. Otherwise the card is in good condition. Electronic image has been watermarked with the word "protected", to prevent image theft. This, of course, is not present on the card itself. Front of card is somewhat soiled, with wear to edges & corners. Large round coffee stain top right, crease bottom left, & a few scratches. Rear browned. Browning top edge. Good. pp. Order No. NSBK-A14967
Keywords: USA, Washington, American, United States of America, parades, processions, history, floats, suffragettes, Votes for Women, suffragette, National American Woman Suffrage Association, NAWSA, demonstrations, women's history, antiquarian, original suffragette ephemera, suffragette postcards
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Real Photographic Suffragette Postcard, Original. USA.
Suffragettes' Parade. March 3rd 1913. Washington DC: Starting of Suffragettes' Parade Coming Up Pennsylvania Avenue. March 3rd 1913. Washington DC
(I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD., 1913). An original real photographic postcard for collectors of original suffragette / Votes for Women memorabilia. On March 3, 1913, the National American Woman Suffrage Association - NAWSA - organised a woman suffrage parade and demonstration in Washington DC. (Pennsylvania Avenue). It was timed to coordinate with Woodrow Wilson's presidential inauguration, the following day. The marchers were jeered and attacked, and had to fight their way through the mob, and the resulting publicity focused the country's attention on the issue of Woman Suffrage. This is an original, contemporary postcard, issued at the time, showing suffragette women on horseback. On the back of the card, there's a handwritten contemporary message in ink: "This photo was taken one block from the Capitol. The street was clean at that point. This shows you how wide the avenue is. 120ft from curb to curb". The card has not been posted and there is no stamp or postmark. Rear is browned with a little smudging to ink. No creasing. Front of card slightly soiled, and lower right hand corner has suffered damage, the area of a thumb, with actual loss to the photo. Edges & corners worn. Good. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14974
Keywords: suffragette ephemera, suffragette postcards, history, original postcards, women's suffrage, suffragettes, woman suffrage, Votes for Women, women's movement, antiquarian, parade, procession, antiquarian, American, United States of America, USA, Washington, collectible, National American Woman Suffrage Association
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Suffragette Postcard, .
Emmeline Pankhurst, 1858 - 1928:
(B. Matthews, Brighouse, Yorkshire, no date). This postcard is NOT an original from the suffragette era, but dates from the 1960s or 1970s. The image of Emmeline is from the painting by Georgina Brackenbury, National Portrait Gallery, 1927. The card has not been posted. Short message in ink to the rear. Wear and a little creasing to corners, some browning & spotting to rear, otherwise very good. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14836
Keywords: suffragette ephemera, suffrage, suffragettes, suffragists, politics, political, rights, women's rights, women's movement, Votes for Women, woman, women's history, women's studies, women's suffrage, woman's suffrage, Emmeline Pankhurst, Pankhursts, portraits, portrait, National Portrait Gallery, heroines, suffragette postcards
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