Find Another one of these!!! The VOTES FOR WOMEN CAMPAIGN…. Most active in the Edwardian pre- World War One period :- A very rare , probably unique , and highly collectable Suffragette Edwardian period 1914 dated WSPU (Women’s Social & Political Union) Suffragist Meeting Promotional brass Desk Piece; a fascinating Suffragette Votes for Women promotional item, one of many used at a WSPU Meeting pre-World War One period. The WSPU Edwardian Desk Piece, which measures approx. 2.00 inches in diameter and approx. 2.20 inches tall , is made from cast brass, and reads Votes For Women 1914 and has the initials of the WSPU , all to the frontal face side of the item. To the reverse side are the stampings Holloway Prison 1914 and RD 704496. (It is thought that this item was stamped to the reverse side by a prisoner in Holloway Prison, whilst passing her sentence for protest in favour of the vote). From a discovery of several original historical Suffragette items found many years ago in a London House Clearance…….. Totally genuine and original. Ex-Museum Display Item , and stored for decades since that time. This fascinating Suffragette original artefact remains in really good, original, and well-preserved condition, bearing in mind that it is now well over 100 years old. True Investment Potential item. An example to Museum Cabinet Display Standards, and one for the Serious and Advanced Collector , who understands this unique item. A very rare and highly important historical Suffragette Movement Artefact, and a truly superb addition to anyone’s Collection. Thank you for your interest. The item “WSPU SUFFRAGETTE BRASS PROMOTIONAL DESK PIECE VERY RARE SURVIVOR DATED 1914″ is in sale since Monday, December 31, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectables\Memorabilia\Historical Memorabilia”. The seller is “section49″ and is located in England. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Theme: The Votes For Women Campaign
- Type: Suffragette brass Promotional Desk Piece – 1914