Badge, alternatively known as a button, sold in Adelaide on 19 July 1919, it was produced by the Returned Soldiers' Association (RSA), a predecessor of the Returned & Services League (RSL), to commemorate the end of World War I and the hope that there would be no further wars.

Physical Description

This is a round metal badge with a gold border and green wreath. There is a world globe in the centre with the dove of peace at the top.There is a bow at the bottom. There are words around the edge of the inside of the wreath There is a pin at back which fits into a slot.

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