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Colleville sur Mer vintage version

D-Day Signs, WWII Signs
About This Project


In the archive of Michelin and in Colleville there is no information about the ‘panneau’.  The photo was taken on the G.C.32 (today: D 514), on June 6th in 1944.

The Duck comes from Omaha Beach. Today, the photo is a permanent banner in Colleville sur Mer at the place where the ‘poteau’ was located.

It is not clear whether this is a real ‘Panneau Michelin’ or not. Therefore, the reproduction is available as a vintage and as a Michelin version.

The measurements, color and font are reproduced very precisely.


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


Measurements: 880 x 550 mm plate 28 mm


Price: € 275,00