The large photograph recalls the Regiment’s early days. In it, Princess Patricia of Connaught, for whom the new unit was named in 1914, presents a Wreath of Laurel for display on the Regimental Colours. Below, photographs document a century of service of the PPCLI, while on the reverse, a painting illustrates the Regiment’s sacrifices at the Battle of Frezenberg during the First World War.
The cancel features the letters and coronet from Princess Patricia’s royal cypher. The letters “VP” – standing for the Princess’s first names, Victoria Patricia – are also visible on the stamp above the now-disbanded regimental band.