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On May 24th, 1938, this Michelin sign was placed on Rue de Dr. Michel in Bayeux, and still stands there today. It points to the old Gc 6 (chemin de grande communication) leading to Port en Bessin, where Allied fuels were pumped ashore via the so-called P.L.U.T.O. pipelines from freighters in 1944/45. The photo shows General Bernard Montgomery inspecting it shortly after D-Day. An authentic reproduction is available with or without a “concrete” border. This sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number, and a luxury postcard with a photo and description of the original.

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