Original German WWII Enamel Street Sign Heerstraße
Original Item: Only One Available. This is a late 1930s period steel and enamel sign in very good condition, it retains all of its color and character with scuff marks around the edges. Quite rare as most German enamel road signs were destroyed or American removed by soldiers after the fall of Nazi Germany.
Heerstraße or Heerstrasse is a railway station in the Westend district of Berlin. The station is situated on the street of the same name, the major thoroughfare from Berlin's inner city to the west. The street led to the former proving grounds in Döberitz, thus the name Heer (land army) stems from the passing Guards Corps of the Imperial German Army.
Measures approximately 18 L x 5 W. Makes a great backdrop and display piece. Not often encountered retaining with such a depth of blue in the background color.
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