What happens when Sinn Féin wins and what happens if it loses...
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Handbill, black type on buff coloured paper, seeking support for the Sinn Féin party in the 1918 election and featuring [at left] under the title "What happens when Sinn Féin wins", an image of Edward Carson playing a lyre, alongside a vase with a flower and [at right] under the title "What happens when Sinn Féin loses" Edward Carson playing a Lambeg drum with the words "No Surrender" written across it. [The Lambeg drum is traditionally used in Northern Ireland by Unionists and the Orange Order in parades held on and around 12 July ("The Twelfth")].
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[S.l. : Sinn Féin; n.d., ca. 1918].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 handbill ; 18.3 x 12.5 cm.
Portion of title: What happens when Sinn Féin wins and what happens if it loses...Irishmen! stand by Sinn Féin and peace and prosperity for Ireland.
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