PLAQUE MICHELIN LONGUES S/MER GC32
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.
The D514 (Route Departementale) used to be called the GC 32 (chemin de grande communication) before the 1950s. The route now runs from Cabourg to Osmanville, connecting the famous sites we know from D-Day.
During the days after D-Day, the current coastal route was an important transportation route for the Allied forces. It played a crucial role in the success of the Normandy landings, as it was used to move troops, equipment, and supplies along the coast.
To commemorate the historical significance of this route, a Plaque Michelin has been created. The plaque is an exact replica of the original Michelin design and setting from the 1930s, capturing the authentic Michelin look!
This high-quality plaque is made of solid beech wood and features the characteristic concrete border. Like all Vinsigns, the lettering is authentic and hand-painted, and the plaque is finished with a special coating. It comes with a certificate and a unique production number, making it a one-of-a-kind piece of history.
For history buffs and collectors alike, the Plaque Michelin is a must-have. It is not only a beautiful and unique piece of art, but it also represents an important part of World War II history. It serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by the Allied forces and the crucial role played by transportation routes like the D514 in the success of the Normandy landings.
Whether you are a collector of historical artifacts, a lover of vintage design, or simply someone who appreciates the significance of World War II history, the Plaque Michelin is sure to impress. Its exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail make it a true work of art, and its historical significance makes it a valuable piece of history.