Two burly policeman are playing games with tiny (elegant, for a change) suffragette. Waving the tools of her trade – a hammer and flags, she is held aloft by one who looks as though he intends to lob her over to the other, who is waiting with outstretched arms. A ‘Votes for Women’ placard lies on the ground between them. Published by Inter-Art Co., Red Lion Sq, London WC. Good – slightly rubbed at edges – posted in 1913. £35 post free.
Elizabeth Crawford – researcher and writer – dealer in books and ephemera
- Suffrage Stories: The Fabian Stained Glass Panel And Its Suffrage Connections
- Suffrage Stories: Manchester’s Banner Comes Home
- Suffrage Stories: ‘Bring Manchester’s Suffragette Banner Home’
- Suffrage Stories: Black And Minority Ethnic Women: Is There A ‘Hidden History’?
- ‘Hunger Striking For The Vote’: An Afterword to ‘There Are Five Ways Out Of This Room’ by Michelle Green