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QGE Plaque

Product Code:EKH-EGGI-05

SKU: EKH-EGGI-05

Availability: In stock

$30.00
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    Details

    Details

    The QGE (The Queen's gurkha Engineers) Plaque is one of the latest additions by Ex - Gurkha Khukuri House to enhance the Gurkhali items and also to honor the prestigious Brigade of Gurkhas. It is actually the replicated version of the original ones found only in official army departments and the Gurkha Museum in the UK.The first Gurkha Engineers were formed in 1948 in Malaya. Further Squadrons followed and in 1951 the Regimental Headquarters of a Field Engineer Regiment was formed in Hong Kong. The Captain (Queen Gurkha officer) is in No 1 Dress. His Kilmarnock cap is dark blue with two bands of gold lace, a gold tourie and Regimental badge. The tunic and trousers are dark blue, the latter with a wide scarlet stripe. The pouch belt is unusual being of red patent leather with gilt fittings. The sword is the 1897 infantry pattern with scrolled steel guard and steel scabbard. Black gloves and shoes are worn. The Queen’s Gurkha Engineer is equipped for diving. Army divers are responsible for underwater reconnaissance. They can clear and lay mines and other obstacles on river banks and beaches. They are trained in underwater demolition techniques and they assist with underwater construction work In September 1988 the Regiment was given the Freedom of the City of Rochester. It is also accompanied by a Gurkhas Book to make buying more interesting and to bring closer to the masses the undying history and information on Gurkhas.

    Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Material Used Indian rosewood, white-metal, chemical color, wall brass holder.
    Blade Size and Type No
    Handle Size and Type No
    Upper Spine No
    Lower Spine No
    Handle Circumference No
    Belly No
    Hardness of steel No
    Weight(Gms) 500.0000

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