The peace sign, the anti-nuclear war sign, is one of the signs widely used in the world today. The logo was designed by Gerald Holtom, a participant in the Movement, as requested by Bertrand Russel, leader of the Nuclear Disarmament Movement (CND), as a protest against the establishment of the Atomic Weapons Development Research Center in the village of Aldmarston, England in 1958. Action committee badge. The logo was originally conceived by designers and graduates of the Royal College of Art in London, and was represented in a circle with a Christian cross, but it was opposed by Christians.
The peace sign was widely used in the United States by Martin Luther King's friends during a civil rights movement, especially in various rights movements and American orthodox Christian organizations. In the 1970s, some people thought that the sign contained some kind of evil metaphor, and some thought it was a sign of communism, so people started to avoid it. Under the apartheid regime in South Africa, the use of this sign is even officially banned.
The peace sign lapel pins have the same design as original sign. The round edge with cutout 4 areas, made with zinc alloy material, gold plating with well polishing, shinny metal gold. Smooth the surface and inner area, you need one peach sign pin if you love the world, love the people. No war in the planet. Here is another peace lapel pins.
Here are the details:
1) Peace sign lapel pins
2) Zinc alloy/Pewter alloy
3) Size: 1.5" or custom size
4) Attachment: Rubbers or butterfly clutch
5) Production process: Die casting-polished-gold plating
6) Minimum order: No Minimum (No MOQ)
7) Sampling time: 7 days
8) Delivery time: 10-15 days for 100-5000pcs
9) Packaging: Each into a free poly bag
10)Payment Terms: PayPal,T/T or Western Union