Details: These are the dog tags of Sergeant Malcolm Reynolds. The zinc alloy dog tags with a bronze-like finish feature the logo of the Independents Army: a downward-pointing triangle surrounding an upward-pointing star. But an upside-down version of the logo also appeared onscreen. Firefly costume designer Shawna Trpcic says it was unintentional. This set of tags incorporates both logos. It made sense to us that the tag with the original logo would go to the family when a soldier is killed. The tag with the upside-down logo (an upward-pointing triangle surrounding a downward-pointing star) would remain with the soldier's body. At the top of the tag's face are Chinese characters for soldier and the numbers 5 and 7 signify the 57th Overlanders Bridade, to which Malcolm Reynolds belonged. The flip side of the tag has a 26th century QR code and Malcolm Reynolds' rank and his serial number. The set comes with ball-chain necklaces and are packaged in a specially designed Blue Sun cigarillo box.