Browse Items (87 total)

  • Collection: Memorabilia

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White saucer with scalloped edge and design. The slogan "Votes for Women" is etched in gold script along one side.

Stamped on the back: "Laughlin Semi-vitreous china Colonial." There is no matching teacup.

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Silver demitasse spoon engraved with a bust of Susan B. Anthony on the handle. Anthony's name and the words "Political Equality" are inscribed just below the bust.

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Silver slotted confection or bon bon spoon engraved with a bust of Susan B. Anthony on the handle. Anthony's name and the words "Political Equality" are inscribed just below the bust.

The bowl of the spoon is scalloped with a pierced pattern…

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Silver grapefruit spoon engraved on the top of the handle with a bust of Susan B. Anthony. Embossed just below the bust are Anthony's name and the words "Political Equality."

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Silver demitasse spoon created for the National American Woman Suffrage Association's convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in November 1912. This is the only known spoon produced for a NAWSA convention.

Engraved on the handle, from the top,…

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Brown ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the slogan "Votes for Women."

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were produced in blue,…

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Blue ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the slogan "Votes for Women." The blue is faded.

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were…

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Blue ceramic cat with an open bottom. Along the base is the phrase "I want my Vote."

The cat figurines and bud vases were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America. These figurines were produced in blue,…

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Brown ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…

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Blue ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…