National War Memorial Lapel Pin


In 1926, the British sculptor Vernon March won the competition for Canada’s First World War memorial in Ottawa. Twenty-two uniformed figures pass through an arch bearing the allegorical figures of Peace and Freedom. His creation named ”The Response” is the centre of the November 11th ceremonies.

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On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the dedication of the National War Memorial, The Royal Canadian Legion has recognized the significance of this national symbol of Remembrance with a commemorative lapel pin. The National War Memorial Commemorative Pin is finely cast in bas relief and plated with antiqued silver and bronze to faithfully represent the monument’s granite arch and bronze figures. The standard clutch back ensures that it stays firmly attached to your lapel.

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