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Crossed Sabers

Cavalry Crossed Sabers are also referred to as Cav Brass, commonly seen worn on the Stetson. Originally, cross sabers and other unit insignia was made with brass and then polished to a bright gold finish. Many of the Cavalry branch insignia that are listed on this page are custom designs created for our Troopers. Call or email us today to help you or your unit create custom pins for your Cav Hat!

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  1. A 1-7 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Large

    A 1-7 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Large

    <p>A Troop, 1-7 Cavalry Large size crossed sabers.</p>
    <p>Pin is 2-1/4" wide with bright gold finish. Zinc alloy pin has curved crossed sabers (in scabbards) with the letter "A" attached on the bottom, the number "1" attached on the left side between the sabers, and the number "7" attached to the top using standard number pattern.</p> Learn More
  2. Large Cavalry Crossed Sabers 2 1/4

  3. E-17 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Large

    E-17 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Large

    $8.00

    <p>Custom E-17 Cavalry Large Size Crossed Sabers - 2 1/2"</p>
    <p>Size 2-1/2"</p>
    <p>Custom pin with a tarnish-free bright gold finish.</p> Learn More
  4. 37 Field Artillery Crossed Cannons Standard

    37 Field Artillery Crossed Cannons Standard

    $7.00

    <p>37th Field Artillery: Standard Size CROSSED CANNONS branch insignia.<br />Size 1-1/2" wide. Custom pin, strong zinc-alloy base with a tarnish-free bright gold finish and two standard metal clutch attachments.</p> Learn More
  5. 6-1 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    6-1 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    $7.00

    <p> 6th Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 6-1 Cavalry Regiment Standard Size Crossed Sabers, Size 1-1/2" wide with Squadron designation of "6" placed at bottom center of pin beneath scabbards and regimental designation of "1" placed at the top center of the pin above the scabbards.</p>
    <p>Custom zinc alloy pin with a tarnish-free bright gold finish.</p> Learn More
  6. 133 Field Artillery Crossed Cannons Standard

    133 Field Artillery Crossed Cannons Standard

    $7.00

    <p>133rd Field Artillery: Standard Size CROSSED CANNONS branch insignia.<br />Size 1-1/2" wide. Custom pin, strong zinc-alloy base with a tarnish-free bright gold finish and two standard metal clutch attachments.</p> Learn More
  7. Artillery Branch Insignia - Enlisted Set Crossed Cannons

    Artillery Branch Insignia - Enlisted Set Crossed Cannons

    $9.00

    Cavalry Branch Insignia Enlisted Set Crossed Sabers

    STA-BRITE BRANCH INSIGNIA AND BADGES
    All rank and insignia is made in the U.S.A. and is made to U.S. Military Specification (MilSpec). Enlisted branch insignia includes one "U.S." disc and one Crossed Saber disc.

    This item has been manufactured in accordance with applicable Government specifications under The Institute of Heraldry (TIOH) certficate numbr S-38. Learn More
  8. Cobra Crossed Sabers Pin Large

    Cobra Crossed Sabers Pin Large

    $7.00

    Cobra Crossed Sabers Pin Custom Large Crossed Sabers.
    Zinc-alloy base with bright gold finish. Two butterfly metal clutch attachments on back. Learn More
  9. 3-5 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    3-5 Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    $5.00

    3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment. 3-5 Cavalry Regiment Standard Size Crossed Sabers, Size 1-1/2" wide with Squadron designation
    Custom zinc alloy pin with a tarnish-free bright gold finish. Learn More
  10. 124th Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    124th Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers Standard

    <p>124th Cavalry Regimental Crossed Sabers - Standard Size</p>
    <p>The 124th Cavalry Regiment was organized in 1929 and Federally recognized on March 15 of that year. Previous to its organization, the Texas Cavalry comprised a regiment of six rifle troops (the 112th Cavalry) and the 56th Machine Gun Squadron, brigaded with the 111th (New Mexico) Cavalry as the 56th Cavalry Brigade. It was from the machine gun squadron, plus units of one of the squadrons of the 112th Cavalry, that the regiment, as now constituted, was organized. Learn More

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