Alternative Name(s): Badge

Small blue and white rosette, likely home-made. The donor suggests the rosette was worn in support of the North Melbourne Australian Rules football club, which was 'entrenched' in one branch of the Jackson family. (Alternatively, the family's association with the Geelong area may mean it reflects Geelong Football Club colours. The colours do not reflect any of the World War I units with which the family was associated.)

Physical Description

Small blue and white rosette, comprising blue centre, white stitched thread around, and wide blue fringe beyond. Two short ribbons extend from the back, one white, one blue, trimmed to points at ends. They are secured by a black safety pin.

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