"Quebec Kilo"
Harlesden - Kilburn - Willesden Green and Wembley


                         QK Tie Pin - New tie pin now available

The cost will be £2.50 each including postage and package for UK.

For other destinations, please contact me via email for details.


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                                  See image below of original tie pin

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I have in my possession a 'QK' tie pin as shown below.  These items are now 'rare' and when I wear it people often ask me where they can obtain one?

These items were made in the late 1980's and 1990's and the original supplier cannot be found.

As a result, I have had some new tie pins made.  See below for more details.


 Original tie pin from the 1980's and 1990's

The new pins featured below - the colour is similar to the above version - flash photography has brightened the image



There are 2 new types available.

Type 'A' have QH - QL - QK as above.

Type 'B' have QH - QD - QK to accommodate the 'New' Brent Borough which now incorporates Wembley (QH - QD - QK being the current parade sites)


If you're interested in purchasing a pin then let me know.  The cost will be £2.00 each (plus 50p postage and package for UK, other destinations to be arranged)                                   

                                     History of the 'QK' Tie Pin

After advertising the new tie pins on the site, the following information was sent to me by our member Ronald Compton and he's solved the mystery:

George, as a new member I may have my uses. The QK Tie pin that you are selling. I actually won the competition for the design of the pin and was awarded £10.00 from the Sports Club for my efforts.

The Pin was ordered to be made by Terry Morley, I can't remember his Divisional number but he was the admin P.S. at both Harlesden and Kilburn and currently arranges the subdivisional reunions at Bushey Sports Club.

Just as well known are the 'Rupert's' that were originally provided to officers who subscribed to the Widows and Orphans fund for the RUC.  They were known across the world and I was almost made to give mine to the Immigration official in Thialand before he would stamp the passport, describing it as a Policemans Badge!!!

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