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Plaque Michelin St. Aubin s/mer 1938

D-Day Signs, Panneaux Michelin
About This Project

The Route Nationale N814 was applied in 1933 from Bayeux to Cabourg.

Since June 2nd 1938, this ‘panneau’ is located in the Rue de Pasteur in St. Aubin sur Mer (Sword Beach). On D-Day, the ‘panneau’ was hit by a Canadian bullet. Therefore, the ‘panneau’ gets restored every few years.

The reproduction of the ‘plaque’ is made very precisely and is available with and without edge made of cement.


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


Measurements: 795 x 800 x 30 mm


Price: On request