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Project

Authentic Normandie Sign

Category
Diverse Signs WOII, Signs on demand, WWII Signs
About This Project

One reproduction of two original signposts from WWII.

The font has been reproduced as precisely as possible.

The arrow is originating from an authentic French signpost from 1938.

It’s a combination of two authentic signs with a “museum”appearence.

On the photo you can see Gerd Fröbe and “Bourvil” (André Raimbourg),

actors in the movie -The Longest Day- (1962)

Made just as then, of dry pine wood and authentic materials.

 

Measurements: 750 x 230 x 30 mm

Price: € 90,00