AUTHENTIC NORMANDIE SIGN
A combination of 2 authentic signs combined into one sign; an arrow from a 1938 French original along with an authentic font from an old Normandy sign . It is made of dry pine and authentic materials. On the picture the actors Gerd Fröbe and André Raimbourg from the movie “The Longest Day” (1962).
A unique sign composed of two authentic elements tells a story of history and French charm. It combines an arrow taken from an original 1938 French sign and an authentic font reminiscent of the old Normandy signs. This masterpiece is made of dry pine and other materials with a rich history.
The 1938 arrow adds a touch of nostalgia, as if evoking the days of yore, while the font used reflects the classic elegance of Normandy. This sign is more than just a decorative piece; it is a bridge between the present and the past, and it brings the spirit of France to life.
Pictured are actors Gerd Fröbe and André Raimbourg, known from the 1962 film “The Longest Day.” This sign is a tribute to that time and to the iconic images this film produced. It reminds us how film and history come together in a single, meaningful moment. This sign is a wonderful reminder of that connection between past and present.