The suffragette movement is being celebrated all over the country this week to commemorate the 100th anniversary of women being able to vote.
Daring stunts, law-breaking protests have understandably made the revolution all the more famous and revered today.
So it’s not too surprising that people will go to great lengths to savour sentimental ornaments from the time the movement began.
An online antique marketplace has revealed that people are willing to pay big bucks to keep a part of the history in their homes.
Love Antiques created a list of the top ten items used to amplify the protests which eventually passed The Representation of the People Act 1918 bill.
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