- A 1954 "Call Day" menu signed by Margaret Thatcher the day she became a lawyer
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.
A signed ‘Call Day’ menu from the day that Margaret Thatcher was called to the Bar, dated 1954.
The menu bears numerous autographs, including that of Lady Thatcher on the reverse in black ink.
Crease down the centre of the menu, and a few smudges, neither affecting the Margaret Thatcher autograph. Otherwise in good condition.
Accompanied by a letter of provenance from the original owner explaining how they acquired the item.
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