Colleville sur Mer Michelin
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Colleville sur mer Michelin

Panneaux Michelin
About This Project


This is in addition to the “vintage” version , the MICHELIN implementation of the ” remarkable” panneau in Colleville sur Mer.

In the archive of Michelin and in Colleville, there is no information left about this ‘panneau’.

Therefore, the sign is available as a vintage or Michelin version.

The photo was taken at the D 514 on June 6, 1944 and the Duck comes from Omaha Beach.

This photo is now a permanent banner in Colleville sur Mer on the place where the ‘panneau’ was located.


This sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxury postcard with picture and description of the original.


Measurements: 900 x 580 mm, plate 39 mm


Price: On request