Serving three consecutive terms in office, 1979-1990, Margaret Thatcher (1925-) was the UK's first female prime minister. She received the nickname "Iron Lady" for her forceful political rhetoric.
Thatcher's policies reduced inflation, lowered taxes and reduced social expenditure. Her ideological support of free-market economies helped foster a friendship with the United States' president Ronald Reagan.
Thatcher's bold signature is marked in blue pen on card measuring 4½" x 3". Her name is printed in capital letters along the top left. A printed wax seal fills the bottom right corner. The edge of the card is decorated with thin lines of red and blue.