Historical information

An example of badges issued by Legacy prior to 1966 for fundraising during the Legacy Appeal and Badge Week. Their donation value was 5 shillings. The symbol of Legacy is the Torch and Wreath of Laurel. The Torch signifies the undying flame of service and sacrifice of those who gave their lives for their country. The Wreath of Laurel is the symbol of our remembrance of them. The pins do not have laurel leaves which makes them unusual.

Significance

Examples of early Legacy badges that were sold up to raise money for Legacy's work. These were before decimal currency was issued in 1966.

Physical description

Legacy Appeal pins with the Legacy torch issued prior to 1966, they are silver with blue enamel around the word Legacy and red enamel in the flame.

Inscriptions & markings

On reverse '5/- Parkes Bris'.