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Selma exhales

Selma exhales

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Selma Lagerlöf sitting and talking with other participants at the international suffrage congress held in Stockholm on June 13, 1911. She gave the pointed speech "Home and State" where she talked about how women throughout the ages successfully built up the Home, and about how the men built up, but so far mismanaged, its creation the State. The issue of female suffrage was still a hot potato and it would take until 1921 before women were allowed to vote, making Sweden the last country in the Nordics with equal voting rights between the sexes.

Creator: Unknown, Stockholm City Museum

About the product

Our printing paper comes from one of the world's leading manufacturers – Hahnemühle. We have chosen a matte paper of 200g per square meter, which has a structure and warm tone that gives the motifs a fantastic reproduction. Please note that since the ratio between length and width differs depending on the size you choose, the motifs are cropped slightly differently. Frames are not included with the posters and must be purchased separately.

Shipping and returns

Shipping within Sweden is included in the price. The delivery time is 3-5 days and your goods will normally arrive at your nearest collection point. The right of withdrawal gives you the opportunity to make returns within 30 days of receiving the item, provided that it is kept in its original condition. See our terms and conditions for further details.


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