Sign St.Lo 1944
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Saint Lo Sign 1944

D-Day Signs, Diverse Signs WOII, Signs on demand, WWII Signs
About This Project


Arrow Sign St Lo


This sign was located somewhere between Carentan and a road to St. Lo.

At this place shortly after June 6, the 17th. SS Panzer Division turned off by the GIs.

The almost indistinguishable reproduction is made of the original, authentic materials, paint and shelves and authentic brass screws at the rear.

It is hand painted, it has the original (German) font and includes a finish.


Size 575 x 175 mm

Price: € 50,00