Bayeux Michelin d6b
Bayeux, a celtic city which owes it’s name to Baiocasses from the year 890. The year 1077 marks the start of the constructions of the impressive cathedral Notre Dame. Bayeux was the first of the bigger cities that were liberated, which made it the governmental residence shortly after and also the capital of France.
This ‘plaque’ is a very detailed reproduction of the ‘poteau’ from 1967, which has been removed several years ago due to expansion of the road.
VinSign got the chance to position our own new plaque in the rue Saint Loup in Bayeux.
A high-quality reproduction, fully handmade and handpainted with the authentic font and the concrete edge which grant this ‘plaque’ it’s authentic look.
This sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxury postcard with picture and description of the original.
Measurements: 1200 x 512 mm
Weight: 7,5 Kg.
Price: on request