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Rainbow Wreath Pin

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DEFGLIS Rainbow Wreath Pin
With shipment Pick up at Sydney Mardi Gras for $ 0.00
Base price for variant $ 2.99
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The DEFGLIS Rainbow Wreath Pin commemorates the service and sacrifice of LGBTI personnel alongside their brothers and sisters in arms.

The distinctive wreath used for military commemoration is decorated in the colours of the rainbow - signifying acknowledgement of the of many LGBTI personnel who would have served in the Australian Defence Force in silence prior to 1992.

We recommend that the pin is worn on a lapel, jacket or scarf during commemorative military events.

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