Price: € 400,00

Before the 1950s, the D514 (Departmental Route) was known as GC 32 (chemin de grande communication). Today, it runs from Cabourg to Osmanville, connecting famous D-Day sites. After the war, the coastal road became a crucial transportation route for the Allies. This high-quality Michelin Plaque, made of solid beechwood and concrete, faithfully reproduces the original 1930s Michelin design. The authentic hand-painted font, special finish, and unique production number make this plaque a true collector’s item.

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