BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Laura Roslin "Madame Airlock" Replica Metal Dog Tags

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Screen-accurate and inspired derivations of dog tags for Laura Roslin / "Madame Airlock", cancer survivor and president of the remaining Colonies of Kobol. The idea behind these is that, seeing as Roslin often visited Galactica, she would be gifted these at some point by Galactica's crew -- perhaps by the Old Man himself.

This exacting replica features the proper artworks, size, and typeface used for the first—and arguably the definitive—batch of dog tags made for the Miniseries back in 2003. This definitive article comes with a 30-inch brass ball chain upon which these two tags can hang. 

While the prop masters of the series heavily weathered the dog tags (and made them mostly of plastics to prevent the sound guys from going crazy whenever loose tags clinked together), we've provided these in pristine condition—as if these were issued by the Colonial Quartermaster themselves. So, these are as close as anyone will ever get to screen-accurate dog tags from the series that last aired over 11 years ago, and of far superior quality than anything previously offered either via auction or otherwise. 

Accept no frakking substitutes. 

Prop Breakdown

This listing is for:
  • One brass ball chain, with a length of 30 in (76.2 cm).
  • Two hexagon-shaped dog tag, cut to exact specifications of the screen-used props, and laser engraved on one side in brass. (Back side of each tag is left blank by default, although we offer a version that has both sides engraved: one with name & serial, with backside engraved with ship assignment.)
    • One (1) dog tag for "L. Roslin" with her "Case Orange" identification number, which allowed her to ascend to the presidency following the Cylon attack.
    • One (1) dog tag representing the battlestar Galactica with the proper hull number, BS-75. 
Each dog tag ships with a removable plastic film to prevent it from scratching in shipment, and is shipped pre-assembled and bagged in a bubble mailer via a courier using parcel tracking numbers.