Saucepan used to cook food for imprisoned members of the African National Congress on trial in South Africa during the late 1950’s
Kentish Town Castlehaven ward, London – Labour Party newsletter from 1984, requesting support for mining families
Magazine cover from the British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign (BWNIC), members of which were arrested for Incitement to Disaffection during the 1970’s
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.