Original Very Rare Rivet From A Higgins Boat From Omaha Beach Normandy Big Red One Museum Collection Certified. An original relic rivet from a Higgins Boat Recovered on Omaha Beach Fox-Green Sector, this is where the Big Red One (First Infantry Division) landed on D-Day June 6, 1944. This rivet was recovered many years ago in the sea wall at Omaha Beach it was from a Higgins Boat that was hit on D-Day. Many of the Higgins Boats that were disabled were set on fire to get them out of the way for more Men and equipment coming onto the beach. What was left was the big metal landing door of the boat and these rivets that were used to tie together the wooden sections in the Higgins Boats. These came from the Big Red One Museum collection in Normandy France. We have a few and will pick the best one for you! A VERY RARE RELIC FROM D-DAY! A very rare and unique D-Day relic from Omaha Beach, Ex-big Red One Museum Normandy Collection. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic. We have several pieces all about the same size. Very limited. A unique and very RARE relic from D-Day! 100% Guaranteed to be authentic Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Please see our other items. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. DON’T MISS IT! Offering is is one (1) rivit from Omaha Beach.