Sainte Mere Eglise
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Ste. Mere Eglise precisely repro
D-Day Signs, WWII Signs
About This Project
This well-known sign was positioned by the German occupier.
You can see that the acute accent was wrongly placed above the ‘e’. Being aware of this mistake, the sign with it’s characteristic font was very precisely reproduced.
The photo of the original sign was taken on the road to Cherbourg on June 8, 1944.
The soldier on the photo, private Elmer Habbs from Delaware, was a member of the 82nd U.S. Airborne Division.
The original sign can not 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 440 x 23 mm
Price: € 240,00