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Deluxe Easy Company WWII Relic Collection Our Best Band Of Brothers Related Set In Collectors Glass Case Certified$124.99Deluxe Easy Company WWII Relic Collection Our Best Band Of Brothers Related Set. This deluxe collectors box 8/12″ matted in glass case is our best “Band Of Brothers”set. It has an authentic relic from the 4 major areas “Easy Company” fought. It has a bullet recovered at St. Marie Du Mont in Normandy France where they fought on D-Day. A glider piece from their drop zone during the Market Garden campaign (Holland). A piece of German shrapnel fired at the Americans recovered in the Bois Jacques (Jacks Woods), where Easy Company fought during the battle of the bulge. The last relic is a piece of the original foundation from Adolf Hitler’s Berghof (his house), Easy Company was one of the first US units into the Bertesgaden area and the infamous Eagles Nest. The 4 relics have a piece of U.S. WWII camouflage parachute in the background. You receive 5 authentic WWII Easy Company related artifacts in this deluxe collector’s matted glass case. This is the ultimate gift for the fan of Band Of Brothers, Major Winters, and Easy Company. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Museum documentation (COA) Certificate Of Authenticity included . Very limited. Very rare, relics from these areas are no longer obtainable, our came from old Museum collections in Europe. Please see our other WWII collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Band Of Brothers enthusiast.Nice size for collectors 8/12". Very limited supply! Order soon these will not last. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.
Very Rare Original WWII Bastogne Broadside Unexploded Ordnance Battle Of The BulgeSOLD A very rare original WWII era broadside 8/11" printed and stamped paper warning the civilians of Bastogne Belgium of the dangers of un-exploded ordinance. These broadsides were issued and passed around by the local government after several civilians were killed attempting to de-activate grenades and other munitions. Bastogne was the center-point of the 101st Airborne area of the battle of the bulge. Bastogne was bombed by German aircraft and shelled by German artillery and tanks. There was un-exploded ordnance of all types lying everywhere so it become very dangerous even after the fighting stopped. A very rare opportunity. Do not miss this one! Gettysburg Museum Certified (COA) provided. Rare 100% Guaranteed to be authentic.