ST COME DE FRESNE GC32
Price: € 335,00
St Come de Fresne is a small hamlet located on Gold Beach between Arromanches and Asnelles. Widerstandsnest 38, with two anti-tank casemates and a shelter, defended the coast at Arromanches. It was taken on the morning of June 6, 1944. Our client requested a Dunlop-style sign made in the 1930s style with original colors and typography. The sign was entirely handmade and hand-painted to the highest quality. It comes with a Vinsign certificate and a unique production number. We can create these signs in any desired design.
St Come de Fresne is a small hamlet situated between Arromanches and Asnelles on the famous Gold Beach in Normandy, France. One of the significant historical landmarks in this area is the Resistance Nest 38, which was equipped with two anti-tank bunkers and a shelter to defend the coast at Arromanches. Unfortunately, it was captured by the Allied Forces on the morning of June 6, 1944, during the D-Day landings.
In recent times, a “Dunlop” style sign has been erected in the area to commemorate the historical significance of the location. The client who commissioned the sign requested that it be made in the style of the 1930s, with the colors and fonts in their original form. The sign was meticulously crafted by hand and painted to perfection to ensure that it was of the highest quality.
The sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, indicating its authenticity and unique production number. It is a testament to the quality and craftsmanship that goes into making these types of signs, ensuring that they last for many years to come.
It is worth noting that these types of signs can be made in various styles and formats, depending on the client’s preferences. The versatility of these signs means that they can be used for a wide range of purposes, from historical landmarks to advertising and promotional campaigns.
In conclusion, the Resistance Nest 38 at St Come de Fresne serves as a reminder of the brave men and women who fought and sacrificed their lives for freedom during World War II. The “Dunlop” style sign erected in the area is a testament to their heroism, and it is a perfect way to remember and honor their memory. The quality and craftsmanship of the sign speak volumes about the attention to detail and dedication that goes into making these types of signs, ensuring that they stand the test of time.