Here is a set of. Korean War General Officer's Desk Top Name Plate. The Name Plate was a theater made gift from the Republic of Korea Army 26th Division Commander to his counterpart in the States, Major General Edward G Sirois, Commander General, 26th Yankee Division.
The name plate was a gesture across an ocean and continent. It is artistically done in English and Korean with US and ROK Flags.
It has some wear on it. The General Officer's Desk Top Name Plate approximates 65 years old and is in fair condition. Korean War 26th Yankee Division Massachusetts National Guard. Commanding General Edward G Sirois, 26th Division, Desk Top Name Plate.
Korea Theater Made, Gift from Brigadier General Lee Myoung Zai Commanding ROKA 26th Division. Exotically designed in mother of pearl English, Korean lettering. Legible, retains most of lettering finish, dark blue background. Wear to surface, age present; 1 joint appears separated by design, top joint (as photographed) is separating.1 Triangular end cap included, other is missing; this does not alter display. Cross collectible: General Officer, Yankee Division, Korean War, ROKA. Measures 15.375 inches in length, each panel approximates 5.125 inches in height. The item "Korean War 26th Yankee Division Major General Sirois Desk Plate ROKA Gift Korea" is in sale since Monday, April 1, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Korea (1950-53)\Original Period Items".
The seller is "martinolij" and is located in Merrimack, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.