Saint Lo GC6
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About This Project
The GC6 (‘Chemin de Grande Communication’) is the highway to Saint Lo.
The photo of the original sign was taken on July 19, 1944.
You can see Sgt. Rex Potts from Washington DC, a MP of the 29th Infantry Division.
The bullet holes from the widely used M8 automatic machine gun are proof of the heavy fights for Saint Lo and were exactly reproduced.
The original sign cannot be found anymore.
This sign comes with a Vinsign certificate, a unique production number and a luxury postcard with picture and description of the original.
Measurements: 780 x 450/550 mm / plate 22 mm
Price: € 320,00