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Kings Badge For Loyal Service WWII

The King's Badge was a large silver pin to be worn only on civilian clothing. It was issued by the British government to persons who served after World War II was declared, on September 3, 1939, and who were discharged through injury due to war service, sometimes referred to as a wound badge.

It's basic purpose was to show that the wearer was a veteran. Included among the eligible were members of the armed forces, the merchant navy, the fishing fleets, the Coast Guard, police, Civil Defence Services, and the Home Guard.

The small silver circular badge has the crowned monogram of GRI in the centre, and around the edge it says "FOR LOYAL SERVICE". Its fastened with a brooch pin on the back. 

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