PANNEAU DUNLOP MONTEBOURG N13
Price: € 395,00
This is a unique reproduction of a “Dunlop” sign, originally filmed in a rare “moviestop” on June 8, 1944, on the N13 road in St. Mere Eglise. The sign was made of iron powder coating with a font that has not been used since 1945. These Dunlop signs were used mainly for smaller routes in the 30s and 40s. Although the original sign no longer exists, Vinsign has successfully created an authentic and high-quality reproduction with identical color, proportions, font, and even damage as seen in the movie recording.
This is a description of a unique reproduction of a “panneau dunlop”. The original image is a rare “moviestop” that was captured on June 8, 1944 on the N13 road in St. Mere Eglise. The “dunlop” panels were made of iron powder coated material and had a unique font that was no longer used after 1945 and cannot be found anywhere.
These Dunlop panels were primarily used in the 1930s and 1940s for smaller routes such as the V.0, G.C and D roads, where the large Michelin panels were missing. Unfortunately, the original panel no longer exists, but Vinsign has successfully created an authentic and high-quality reproduction of the original.
The color, proportions, font, and even the damage on the reproduction are identical to the example taken from the movie recording. This panneau comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number, and a luxury postcard that includes a photo and description of the original.
Vinsign has gone to great lengths to ensure that this reproduction is as close to the original as possible. They have studied the moviestop in great detail and have recreated every detail, including the font that is no longer used. The reproduction is made from high-quality materials, ensuring that it will last for many years.
This unique reproduction of the “panneau dunlop” is a perfect addition to any collection of vintage signs. It is an excellent representation of the history of signage in France and a testament to the craftsmanship of Vinsign. This reproduction is not only a beautiful piece of art, but it is also a historical artifact that represents an important part of French culture.
In conclusion, Vinsign has successfully created a high-quality reproduction of a rare “panneau dunlop”. The reproduction is an excellent representation of the original and comes with a certificate, a unique production number, and a luxury postcard. This reproduction is not only a beautiful piece of art but is also a historical artifact that represents an important part of French culture.