Baltic Exchange Glass - The Virtue Windows - Justice
Stained glass window from the Baltic Exchange building, known as one of the Virtue windows. This was the central window in the war memorial at the Baltic Exchange. In Justice's right hand she holds a sword, which signifies the right of the law to exact punishment for offences, and in her left, scales which symbolize the impartiality with which justice is administered.
|Type:||Stained glass window|
|Display location:||Display - Baltic Glass Gallery|
|Creator:||Forsyth, John Dudley|
|Events:||World War I, 1914-1918|
|People:||Baltic Exchange, London|
|Credit:||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London|
|Measurements:||Overall: 2140 mm x 1430 mm|
Baltic Exchange glass (Stained glass window)
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