Town sign "Dresden" made of metal with bullet holes, repro.
Chipped paint, rusty and sifted, and good heavy quality.
Size approx 84.0 x 30.5 cm
Weight about 2.4 kg
A street sign with great informative value, Dresden, shot and aged,
in the large format 84x30.5cm. Repro, made of thick, stable steel sheet.
The four stable holes on the edge help with the attachment. The "shot holes"
appear realistic due to the deformation on the back of the shield and give
the shield more depth. Authentic look, the rust is real.
This sign could just as well have been found in an attic.
This sign commemorates the events of what was then the 7th largest German city,
The air raids on Dresden during the Second World War and the greater metropolitan
area by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF)
took place for the first time in autumn 1944.
It culminated in four waves of attack from February 13 to 15, 1945.
This massive bombardment claimed between 22,700 and 25,000 fatalities according
to the latest investigations, and large parts of the city center and parts of Dresden's
industrial and military infrastructure were destroyed.
Whether you are a fan or simply a collector, our signs are decorative and look
good even in the kitchen. Ideal for film and television, for decorating your own four
walls / office / living room and as an accessory for re-enactment.
Perfect for retro stores, end time scenario, bar and clubs, restaurants ...
simply cool historical sign!