An illustrated postcard from the Boer war (1899 – 1902), which was a great radical cause at the end of the nineteenth century
A badge from the 1989/90 sold as part of demonstrations against the Poll Tax, with proceeds supporting the Kemptown anti-Poll Tax Union.
A ten-inch bronze bust that depicts Charles Bradlaugh, one of the commanding figures of Victorian radicalism.
This anti-monarchy badge was produced and widely distributed in 1977 by the Socialist Workers Party as part of their ‘Stuff the Jubilee’ campaign.
A badge from the National Asylum Workers Union, founded in 1910, which became the centre of a dispute at Bodmin Asylum in October 1918.
An outsize ‘Monopoly’ board, made (allegedly) by the street artist Banksy and presented to the Occupy London protest outside St Paul’s Cathedral.
A memorial card for Jacob Schwartz, a member of a small group of Jewish immigrant anarchists in New York associated with Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, who was arrested, beaten in police custody and died soon afterwards in 1918.