Votes for Women Wanted cards pack of 8

Votes for Women Wanted cards pack of 8

Pack of eight feminist greeting cards (blank inside for your own message) with fern green envelopes. This stunning design is from a 1909 poster advertising" Votes for Women", the official weekly newspaper of the Women's Social and Political Union until 1912. The poster was designed by Hilda Dallas, a WSPU member and a student at the Slade School of Art from 1910 to 1911.

Pack of 8 greetings cards printed on recyclable board using environmentally friendly inks. Card size 17cm x 12cm, envelope 17.5cm x 12.5cm.

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