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    Original D-Day Relics Recovered In Normandy, Sand From Omaha Beach Plus Airborne Item In Collector’s Glass Case

    $66.00
    Original relics from D-Day matted and framed with a Riker box. This unique display includes a .50 caliber bullet recovered near St. Marie Du Mont and a piece of camouflaged U.S. Paratrooper parachute also recovered near St. Marie Du Mont. This is the area that the 506 Parachute Infantry of the 101st Airborne (Band Of Brothers unit) landed and fought on June 6, 1944. Also included in this display is a vial of sand from Omaha Beach the bloodiest spot of D-Day. This is where the 1st and 29th Infantry division fought on June 6, 1944. A beautiful display complete with museum documentation (COA). Nice size 8"/12". 100% guaranteed to be authentic. The Gettysburg Museum Of History has been traveling to Normandy for years and set up a network of local relic hunters and collectors. We obtain 100% guaranteed Normandy recovered WWII relics. Gettysburg Museum Of History certified. Picture and matt color might vary. Very limited. Please see our other WWII battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. Our collector's sets make fantastic, and creative gifts.

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    Genuine D-Day Relics – Hallowed Ground Omaha Beach, Pointe Du Hoc, Utah Beach, Plus Airborne Relic In Collector’s Glass Case

    $75.00
    Genuine D-Day Relics – Hallowed Ground Omaha Beach, Pointe Du Hoc, Utah Beach, Plus Airborne Relic In Collector's Glass Case. The relics contained within this display are genuine WWII relics found in the area of St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. Sand from Omaha Beach, the bloodiest spot of D-Day. Earth from Pointe Du Hoc where the U.S. Rangers climbed it’s infamous cliffs and fought the Germans on ropes June 6, 1944. Sand from Utah beach where the fighting 4th Division landed and fought. WWII bullet casing found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. This is the area the 506 Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers unit) landed and fought on June 6, 1944. The background is a U.S. camouflaged silk parachute piece used during D-Day also found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy France. The relics offered here are 100% authentic from this important historic location. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. COA included. The Gettysburg Museum Of History has been traveling to Normandy for years and set up a network of local relic hunters and collectors. We obtain 100% guaranteed Normandy recovered WWII relics.

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    “Band Of Brothers” Genuine D-Day Normandy Relics In Collectors Glass Case

    $74.00
    “Band Of Brothers” Genuine D-Day Normandy Relics In Collectors Glass Case. Genuine WWII relics found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. This is the area the 506 parachute infantry regiment (Band of Brothers Unit) of The 101st Airborne landed and fought on June 6, 1944. Relics found in "Drop Zone C" area. The Most Historic airborne area for the "Band Of Brothers" enthusiast! Relics are contained in a Riker frame. Picture and mat color may vary. Each display contains a piece of German barb wire, a piece of American camouflage parachute, a bullet and/or shell, and at least 2-3 other relics. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. COA included. The Gettysburg Museum Of History has been traveling to Normandy for years and set up a network of local relic hunters and collectors. We obtain 100% guaranteed Normandy recovered WWII relics. One of our most popular items!

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    Major Dick Winters Certificate To The Medal Of Eindhoven (Holland) Easy Company Band Of Brothers

    $1,795.00
    Major Dick Winters Certificate To The Medal Of Eindhoven (Holland) Easy Company Band Of Brothers. A large oversize official document from the city of Eindhoven in Holland with wax seal and ribbon presented to Major Dick Winters. This document accompanied the "Medal of Eindhoven" that was presented to Winters. This is the document only. In 2016 The Gettysburg Museum of History obtained the Major Dick Winters collection including his files and photographs. In the collection were two of these documents. One of the documents are on display in the Museum. We decided to let someone else enjoy the honor of owning the second one. This document is 100% guaranteed to be from Major Winters collection and it will come with a Gettysburg Museum COA. Many people have asked for something from the collection and here is your chance. Major Dick Winters and Easy Company liberated Eindhoven during Operation Market Garden in September of 1944. This event was depicted in the book and series band of brothers. The series portrayed the citizens of Eindhoven overjoyed with emotion when their liberators came into the town. The citizens of Eindhoven still honor our veterans every year on the 17th of September. A rare opportunity to obtain an authentic artifact from the Major Dick Winters Collection.

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    Authentic WWII Relics Recovered At The Airborne Area Sainte Mere Eglise Normandy D-Day In Collector’s Glass Case

    $49.00
    Authentic WWII Relics Recovered At The Airborne Area Sainte Mere Eglise Normandy D-Day In Collector's Glass Case. A 6/8'' collector's set of authentic D-Day/Normandy relics housed in a matted "riker" frame with art and label. A perfect set for a WWII "Band Of Brothers" enthusiast. Each set will vary and will have 4-5 relics. All have an authentic camouflage U.S. D-Day used parachute piece recovered in this area. The set shown has a .50 caliber bullet and .30 shell casings plus a piece of a rubberized U.S. invasion gas mask bag. All the relics were recovered in the Sainte Mere Eglise/St. Marie Du Mont area of Normandy the heart of U.S. Airborne activity during D-Day. This is the area the "Band of Brothers landed and fought on June 6, 1944 D-Day. 100% Guaranteed to be authentic. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. RELICS WILL VARY IN EACH SET

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    Original WWII M-1 Garand Clip Relic Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy France Easy Company Band Of Brothers

    $165.00
    Original WWII M-1 Garand Clip Relic Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy France Easy Company Band Of Brothers. The ultimate relic/gift for the fan of "Band Of Brothers" and Easy Company. Contained in a  collectors box is a clip of 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 gun 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! See map the recovery location was just north of "Lipton's tree". We  have just a few clips that came from this historic location and we are sharing a few with other collectors. The display is shipped  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 size and amount of shells will vary from piece to piece. This offering is for one incomplete relic M-1 Garand clip. 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. See our other single Machine Gun shell in relic box from Brecourt too.

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    Major Dick Winters (Band Of Brothers) Memorial Program Copy From His Files

    $19.99
    Major Dick Winters (Band Of Brothers) Memorial Program Copy From His Files. As many know we have Major Dick Winters artifacts and files. When we received the files there were multiple copies of his memorial service programs. They must have been placed there sometime after the files were transferred. We decided to share a few with people who admire Major Winters. We will keep a few for the files and share a select amount of them. They are black and white on thick stock outer paper with regular paper on the inside pages. We did not picture the entire booklet. A fitting tribute to this American hero. Very limited supply.

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    Original WWII Relic Recovered Near Brecourt Manor Normandy D-Day Easy Company Band Of Brothers

    $95.00
    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.

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    “Band Of Brothers” Genuine D-Day Relics

    $75.00

    Genuine WWII relics found near St. Marie Du Mont Normandy, France. This is the area the 506 parachute infantry regiment of The 101st Airborne landed and fought on June 6,


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