Steve Rogers WW2 dog tag set


WW2 Steve Rogers debossed stainless steel dog tags

- 2 X Stainless steel debossed dog tags with Steve Rogers inscription
- Stainless Steel neck and toe chains

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1943-1944 US Army dog tags with Steve Rogers inscription.

These tags are replicas of movie props used during filming.

Having been enlisted into the Army in August 1943, Steve would have been issued with the July 1943 to March 1944 style of tags that don't include the name and address of the next of kin.

The specification of the set is as follows:

2 X Notched Stainless steel dog tags (50 x 28mm)
1 X 69cm 2.4mm neck chain
1 X 11.5cm X 2.4mm toe chain

The tags are debossed with our period correct manual equipment.

Text is read from the flat side with the hole to the right.

Steve's tags would have included the following information:

LINE 1:         First name of soldier, second initial, surname
LINE 2:         Army serial number, tetanus immunization, tetanus toxoid, blood type
LINE 3:         Blank
LINE 4:         Blank
LINE 5:         Religion

The layout of these tags is based on a movie prop that's visible in one of the films. Thanks to Fans we have these details.

The serial number doesn't make sense but we have to allow some artistic license to the props department!

To purchase these tags click on add to cart.

If you'd like to choose your own layout for the text see below for our personalised WW2 debossed tags.

Also see below for our Bucky Barnes dog tags.

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