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Ref  AC3   Legal Debate

A silver token from the Solicitors' Apprentices' Debating Society, awarded as a prize for legal debate in 1907. The obverse of the token depicts the personification of Justice, blindfolded and bearing a sword and a set of scales. To reverse : Presented by Geo. P. Cussen Esq. to P.S. McDonnell for Legal Debate Session 1906 - 7. Legal debate competitions simulated the intense and high pressured environment a young lawyer would encounter in their profession. The token is in length including original silver suspension clip and is wide. Rare and in very fine condition. Provenance, from the J. Spencer Collection, sold in auction December 17th, 2007.

£650


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