£6 Emily Roundel White

 £6 Emily Roundel White

 £6 Emily Roundel White

Sleeveprint: Emily Wilding Davison Centenary Derby Day 4 June 1913

On 4 June 1913, Emily Wilding Davison stepped on to the Epsom Racecourse to stop the Derby. A heroic, yet fatal, this action was the single most important protest in a mass, and militant, campaign by the Suffragettes. Her cause, Votes for Women. A demand that would finally be met five years later in 1918.

We mark the anniversary of Emily's action with a set of shirts using the original colours of the Suffragette movement, purple, green and white, in a modern roundel design.

Unisex sizes XL (48inch chest/120cms) and XXL (52inch/130cms).

Gift-wrap service. With exclusive Phlosophy Football wrappng paper and gift tag. To personalise your tag type the message you would like us to include in the box provided below.  

 

 

Product Code: 892

£6.00


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