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Women's Suffrage Coaster Set



With each depicting a different vintage suffragette poster, this set of six coasters will certainly be something to talk about over a glass of wine (or two!) The set comprises: a 1908 poster by Caroline Marsh Watts of The Bugler Girl; a 1909 poster advertising ‘Votes for Women’ the ‘official’ weekly newspaper of the WSPU; a 1913 poster demonstrating the strength of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies; a 1913 cover of the Suffragette Newspaper marking the death of Emily Davison at Epsom Racecourse; a 1911 design for the music sheet of the suffragette anthem 'The March of the Women'; and a propaganda poster designed by Duncan Grant for a competition held by the Artists' Suffrage League in 1909.

These coasters are heat-resistant up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and are stretch and stain resistant.


3.7 x 3.7 Inches | Set of 6


Melamine with hardboard base and cork backing

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