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Best Looking WW2 ETO Signs I've Seen


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I noticed he had a Dunkirk sign on his website. My grandfather fought in the Battle of Dunkirk for the British so I was thinking of that, but wanted to see how yours turned out first. Does he create the bullet holes by actually shooting the steel? I can't get over how great the rust looks too.

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I noticed he had a Dunkirk sign on his website. My grandfather fought in the Battle of Dunkirk for the British so I was thinking of that, but wanted to see how yours turned out first. Does he create the bullet holes by actually shooting the steel? I can't get over how great the rust looks too.

 

Dunkirk, that would be cool. I think he takes them out somewhere and shoots 'em up! The rust does look good. I'm amazed at how the aging process works.

 

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Johan Willaert

My friend will or has order(ed) a Dunkirk sign to display next to his Austin Light Utility fro which he has a full history tracing it back to British Expeditionary Forces' use near Dunkirk in 1940!!!


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Hey Ozzie, the sign looks great, I'm lovin' the 139th AEB Victory Room! I produced an Arnhem sign for a guy in Canada who had a very similar tribute room for the British Airborne. I would post a picture but I'm having trouble uploading images to the forum. Thanks for the continued support.

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