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Project

St.e Mere Eglise TCF

Category
D-Day Signs, WWII Signs
About This Project

A unique authentic reproduction of a sign from the days of D-Day, June 6, 1944.

The original image is a rare “movie shot”, filmed on June 8, 1944 on the road N13 in St.e Mere Eglise.

The designation ”N13” is missing on the original as well as on the authentic reproduction, because in those days “GC” (Chemin de Grande Communication), which was the name of the route in the 1930’s, got changed into “RN” ( Route Nationale) or “D” (route Deparmentale).

 

The original sign is impossible to determine. Nevertheless, Vinsign has managed to create an authentic and high-quality reproduction of the original.

Color, proportions, font and even the lesions are identical to the example of the movie picture taken by us.

 

This sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxury postcard with picture and description of the original.

Measurements: 930 x 550 mm / plate 21mm / shelves 26 mm

Weight: 5,5 Kg.

Price: On request