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Original WWII Relic U.S. Medical Bottle Recovered At Omaha Beach Normandy D-Day


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$24.99

Original WWII Relic U.S. Medical Bottle Recovered At Omaha Beach Normandy D-Day. Original WWII U.S. brown glass medical bottle that was found just behind Omaha Beach. This recovery was part of a large WWII relic trash pit discovery several years ago that yielded many relics from the Omaha Beach area. The Gettysburg Museum Of History obtained these relics and shipped them to the U.S. In this discovery were several medical bottles. We are offering 1 (one) bottle from this discovery. About 2″ in length (see photos) We have several from a this collection, we will select the best one for you. All in good condition with some wear as shown in the photos. Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Very limited supply. Here is an opportunity to obtain a 100% authentic WWII era medical artifact from Omaha Beach one of the most historic spots of WWII.

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A U.S. Coast Guard landing barge, tightly packed with helmeted soldiers, approaches the shore at Normandy, France, during initial Allied landing operations, June 6, 1944. These barges ride back and forth across the English Channel, bringing wave after wave of reinforcement troops to the Allied beachheads. (AP Photo)


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