National Certificate of Appreciation Badge

The National Certificate of Appreciation was the first award instituted by the British Legion in 1930.

In 1960 a badge was instituted although of no intrinsic value such as the Victoria Cross before it is awarded, made of base metal and  bearing the words 'FOR MERIT'.

Identifies  its wearer as having been awarded the National Certificate of Appreciation which is The Royal British Legion's highest award.


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Royal British Legion

National Certificate of Appreciation

Premier Badge Company

1987- Present

20 mm x 28 mm