Original WWII Relic Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Easy Company Band Of Brothers. The ultimate relic/gift for the fan of “Band Of Brothers” and Easy Company. This collectors box contains a U.S. .30 Caliber bullet shell that was recovered near Brecourt Manor where Easy Company took 4 German cannons shooting at Utah Beach on D-Day. This came from the hedgerow on the property next to the De Vallavielle property where the machine was set up to cover the advancing Easy Company soldiers including Dick Winters who took the guns. This was not taken from the De Vallavielle property! We have a large piece of the machine gun belt that we kept for our museum display but decided to share a few of the loose shells that came from this historic location with other collectors. The display is matted in a Riker collectors box and is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Here is your chance to get a 100% authentic Museum certified D-Day relic. The Gettysburg Museum of History makes 2 trips to Normandy every year to trade with other museums there. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Very limited supply.