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Symbols of the Order a protected by Copyright, and may be used with due respect by Registered Members.
Contact the Legion for more information on any of the items below
lapel-pin
MEDAL
This jpg is suitable for use for having mugs, T-shirts, etc made. Check with a local vendor with a photoshop. They can normally make these items and more and other items




computer-desktop-etcetera

Computer Desk-Top Scene
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Just put you mouse on it, right click, and save it to your computer. If you wish to use it as a desk top, then right-click and choose "Set as Background" May be used in any authorized manner by members.




Chrismons
Ornaments


In earlier times Christians would have Passion Plays during the Advent Season. As part of the play they would have a scene with Adam and Eve about the Tree of Life with the Fruit that gave eternal life in the Garden of Eden. The Tree was also symbolic of the Second Coming and the Tree of Life in New Jerusalem (Revelation). They used a fir tree in the play, because it remained green through the winter. For the fruit of the tree, they hung apples. They also hung representations of the Host on it, the bread used at Holy Holy Communion, which normally had the sign of the cross on it, and other images. These Chrismons contain images which may be used by registered centurions on their Christmas Tree. You size these as you desire, cut them out, and mount them if you wish, or simply attach some string to the back with tape and you are ready to display them.



Chrismon Christmas Ornament-XP-MVI  
copyright   Chrismon Christmas Ornament-OC-MMVII  
copyright Chrismon Christmas Ornament-COIN-MVIII  
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Right click to save to computer then open with Microsoft Photo Editor or other graphics program and print. For a CD print at 4.75 inches.




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