small brass lapel pin with First World War tank (including trail) in front of leaf design, small scroll beneath bearing inscr
John Barter volunteered for service, aged 37, in 1915 and joined the 143rd Bn CEF (BC Bantams). When moved to France & Flanders in 1917 he was medically downgraded and transferred to the Corps of Canadian Railway Troops. He later served in the Royal Canadian Artillery and survived to return home in 1919. See correspondence for further information. Sent from Flanders by John Barter as a present to his wife, Annie Barter.