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    Sale 5437

    British Mezzotints and Printed Handkerchiefs from the Collection of the Honourable Christopher Lennox-Boyd

    12 March 2008, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 154

    WOMENS' RIGHTS AND WHAT BECAME OF IT IN 1981

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    WOMENS' RIGHTS AND WHAT BECAME OF IT IN 1981
    printed in black on white cotton in 1881 with scenes of how women might be behaving one hundred years later, including lady soldiers, lady lawyers, mechanics and politicians, while the men do the laundry ('now we're busy'), wear bonnets and mind babies--23in. x 21.5in. (59cm. x 54cm.)


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