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The reverse design, by Mary Milner Dickens shows an Edwardian lady, chained to railing, holding a WSPU banner and with a ballot box to the right and the dates 1903 and 2003. The WSPU was a militant union that campaigned tirelessly for equal woman’s voting rights from 1903. With Emmeline and Christabelle Pankhurst at its forefront, the Suffragette movement finally saw the partial votes for women in 1918, with the franchise being extended to all women over 21 in 1928.

2003 Suffragette

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