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The kukri in its sheath.

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Unit unknown or none - Sheathed Kukri.


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Unit unknown or none - A Kukri with a wooden handle in a leather scabbard with a brass tip from around 1944


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The weapons sheathed.

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Unit unknown or none - A Ghurka Kukri and scabbard, one large blade and two small ones.


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The whole artefact

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Unit unknown or none - A pre First World War Kukri in its original leather sheath. (The handle is loose)


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The main kukri

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Decorative 16 inch Kukri and Leather Sheath of Indian origin with two Skinning Knives and one Sharpening Knife. Its condition is fair but it has some rust on the smaller knives. It is believed to have been purchased in the 1950s.

Person(s): Bruton M. R. Mr.;


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The whole artefact

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Unt unknown or none - Believed to be Ghurka Kukri from Nepal [20th Centuary].Overall length 17 inches and with a blade length of 13 inches in a leather sheath with two skinning knives.


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The whole artefactwth the kukri in its sheath

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Unit unknown or none - Kukri of unknown origin with a blade length of 12 inches and overall length of 16 inches in leather sheath which has provision to house two skinning knives and a sharpening knife.


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The whole artefact.

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2ndt Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment - Kukri with silver mounted scabbard presented together with a silver presentation plate (item number 5507) to 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment by 4th Battalion 4th Gurkha Rifles to commemorate their long association during the Burma Campaign of 1944-45 where both were in 19th Indian Division. It is 17 inches long.


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 It sheathed

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A Kukri from around 1944 that was acquired by Sergeant J Slade

Person(s): Slade, J, Sergeant;


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The whole weapon sheathed

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Unit unknown or none - Three Ghurka standard issue kukris, one full size and two small (and rusty)


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The weapon sheathed

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Unit unknown or none - A Gurkha kukri with a broken scabbard, a presentation gift from the 9th Gurkha Rifles at Dehra Dun during the 2nd World War


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The weapons sheathed.

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Unit unknown or none - A Kukri dating from the 2nd World War with a greased blade but one of two smaller blades supposed to be with it is missing and the leather pouches to take these two are loose.

Person(s): Hughes, W T;


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