Album of Margaret Thatcher Political Postcards 1980s
Love or hate her, Margaret “Maggie” Thatcher the so-called Iron Maiden of Politics was the subject of many a decent postcard in the 1980s and we have a rather good selection of such originals with a handful of Ronald Ragin ones thrown in for good measure.
We have some classics such as the “Crime Wave '', “Long to Rein Over Us', “Prevent Street Crime' to name a few and some other lesser known images. Let’s not forget the Norman Tebbit on your bike one…
Many of them made their way into the British Museum archives and rightly so!
We have 38 altogether in a neat grey album, a wonderful, interesting and thought provoking collection.
Dimensions of Album: Overall: 28cm x 27cm
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