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St.e Maxime Gc125

Panneaux Michelin, Signs on demand
About This Project

The Gc125 (Grande Communication), built in 1876, was the road from St. Maxime to Bergème and crosses the Route Napoleon at Le Muy. The Gc125 from Le Muy to St. Maxime became the Route Departemantale D25 in the 1930s. Today it is an important route from the A8 towards the Golf de Saint Tropez.

The road got expanded and runs through a beautiful nature reserve on the Cote d’Azur.

We designed this Michelin type extremely accurately according to the Michelin “execution and setting” for our client from St. Maxime.

The colors, the 3 font styles and the proportions are taken from similar plaques and give the special Michelin look unadulterated!

The plaque is made of solid beech and equipped with sturdy braces. The finish is made entirely of authentic materials.

As a finish, the plaque is provided with a durable and weather-resistant PU resin.

This Plaque comes with a Vinsign certificate, with a unique production number


Size: 850 x 550 mm

Weight: 11 Kg.

Price on request