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In July 1944, the British and Canadians occupied the capital of Normandy after heavy bombing during Operation Charnwood. A photograph taken on 9 July 1944 shows Bernhard Hoo, John McConville and J.R. Kostick from the Canadian 3rd Infantry alongside the famous Poteau Michelin. While the original is lost, a handmade reproduction of the sign has been created by Vinsign using solid beech and authentic materials. The sign perfectly replicates the Michelin style, including the concrete border. Each reproduction comes with a unique production number, a Vinsign certificate, and a postcard describing the original sign.

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