A satirical postcard advertising a sale on women by "Messrs. Husband & Sons, Un-Ltd." The card lists the various "lots" including "fine, fat and plump suffragettes", naggers, vegetarian girls, widows, old maids, and cooking girls.
Reprint of an advertising postcard for Shell Motor Spirit. This card contains an illustration of a woman standing on a stage in front of a crowd of women with hands raised, holding up a can of Shell Motor Spirit motor fuel.
Cardboard advertisement for Sapolio cleaner;
One side contains information about Sapolio and its uses. Among the slogans on the bottom half is this one: "A suffragette is Mrs. Brown Who's cleaning up in Spotless Town. When she discovers wrongs to…
On the front is a picture of Susan B. Anthony. Inside are ten straight pins on one side with the title "Ten Pins" and on the other side and back is a list entitled "Ten Opinions Why Women Should Vote."