Avranches N 176
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Avranches Dunlop N176

D-Day Signs, WWII Signs
About This Project

Due to the success of operation Cobra the German units were surrounded and Avranches could be captured on 31 July 1944. From here General Patton went through the Loire Valley to Paris and achieved the great breakthrough there. This action was the basis for completely freeing France from the German occupying forces.

The N176 was the old road from Avranches to Villedieu-les Poèles and turned into the N799 to St. Lo.
It is the current D 7 / D 975

The original Dunlop panneau no longer exists, nevertheless Vinsign has succeeded in making an authentic and high-quality reproduction of the original.

Made of solid beech wood and authentic materials such as original old colors and brass screws.

Color, proportions, font and even the damage are identical to the example taken by us from the old photo from July 1944


This panneau comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxurious postcard with photo and description of the original.

Dimensions: 1000 x 620 mm / plate 26 mm / frame 18 mm

Weight: 8.3 Kg.

Price: € 350.00