Women's Suffrage White Camellia Pin
In 1893 Aotearoa New Zealand became the first country in the world in which all women gained the right to vote in general elections — thanks to the women who created, organised and signed the Women’s Suffrage Petition.
The white camellia was a symbol of women's suffrage.
- Printed lapel pin
- Material: stainless iron with epoxy finish
- Size: 30mm x 39mm (w x h)
- Thickness: 0.8mm
- Metal border: yes
- Attachment: spur nail + butterfly clutch
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