London, South Kensington
12 March 2008
REFORM MOVEMENT HANDKERCHIEF
silk, printed with The Old Gallant Grey horse of Reform, cheered on by John Bull and followed by The People, standing at the edge of a cliff marked Magna Carta, with various Rotten Borough incumbents falling into the sea marked The Slough of Despond--32in. x 31in. (81cm. x 91cm.)
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This handkerchief presumably celebrates the adoption of the first Reform Bill by Parliament.
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