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Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH Featured Hyde Park Print

Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH

A suffragette board game called Pank-A-Squith which was first advertised in the pages of Votes for Women, October 1909. It was described as a highly artistic TABLE GAME that helps to spread the movement. A suffragette tries to get from her home to the Houses of Parliament facing a series of challenges and various incidents. There are 50 squares, each having a detailed and colourful vignette, showing 10 Downing Street, Trafalgar Square, Hyde Park Demonstrations, Bow St. Court, Queen's Hall, Clements Inn, Mrs. Pankhurst, Inspector Jarvis, Prime Minister Asquith, Tax Resistance, The Suffragette Dreadnought, Hunger Strikers, Holloway Prison and the forging of suffragette brand handcuffs. There are six metal suffragette figures with sashes and scrolls. The base of the board is of purple, white and green stripes. Date: 1909

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

Horse-racing in the reign of Charles II, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Hyde Park Print

Horse-racing in the reign of Charles II, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Horse-racing in the reign of Charles II, 1844. We here present our readers with what may be termed one of the "curiosities" of Horse-racing, originally considered as a liberal pastime, and practised for pleasure rather than profit, without the idea of reducing it to a system of gambling. About the period we have illustrated, however, "Horse-races were desports of great men, and good in themselves, though many gentlemen by such means galloped quite out of their fortunes...At the latter end of the reign of Charles I., races were held in Hyde- park, and at Newmarket, and the prize changed from that of a bell to a cup'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

Great Exhibition Featured Hyde Park Print

Great Exhibition

Waiting for Queen Victoria to arrive at the Great Exhibition in Crystal Palace. The glass and iron building was designed by Joseph Paxton and initially erected in Hyde Park, London. Elm trees were incorporated into the structure, along with sparrows and sparrow hawks to control them. Original Artwork: From Dickinson's Comprehensive Pictures of the Great Exhibition. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)