Quebec Lieutenant Governor P. E. Leblanc 50.5mm silver medal 63.15 grams Clowery 8
Edge: appears to be the Cornucopia privy mark symbol of the Paris Mint, ARGENT
Should be considered scarce. The only online auction records that I have been able to find for this medal are from the Charles Moore Feb. 2013 sale lot 1144
Pierre-Laurent-Damase-Évariste Leblanc (1853-1918) teacher, lawyer, politician, and lieutenant governor. Leblanc studied in Saint-Martin where he was born and then attended the École Normale Jacques-Cartier in Montreal, winning the Prince of Wales Medal upon graduation in 1873. He taught for eight years at his alma mater. While still engaged in teaching, Leblanc began studying law at McGill College in 1875–76, and then articled in the offices of Siméon Pagnuelo and Joseph-Aldric Ouimet. Called to the bar on 11 July 1879, he practised with the legal firm of Leblanc et Brossard in Montreal. Leblanc won a seat for the first time in the provincial by-election of 30 Oct. 1882, when he was returned as the Conservative member for Laval. He would be given a federal QC on 7 March 1893 and a provincial one on 9 June 1899. When Lieutenant Governor Sir François Langelier died on 8 Feb. 1915 with the legislature in mid session, the federal Conservative government, encouraged by a majority of the province’s Conservative mlas, appointed Leblanc his successor. Leblanc served in this capacity from 12 Feb. 1915 until his death on 18 Oct. 1918.
Louis Philippe Hébert (1850-1917) Quebec medallist, and sculptor - please copy and paste the link below for full details of his very interesting career