WW2 United States .50 Caliber Casing from Normandy
"The Division landed on Omaha Beach on June 9, 1944 and operated in the Contentin Peninsula and later formed the right flank in the Operation Cobra assault. The 2nd Armored Division encircled the Waffen SS Division and the 17th SS Panzergrendier Division around Roncey, resulting in the loss of most of the Germans armored equipment.
This .50 Caliber Cartridge casing was metal detected in Normandy and is the caliber fired from the roof mounting .50 Caliber Browning Machine Gun on the Sherman tanks."
Casing comes in 8 x 12" matted display case stating location where found.
Two holes on back of case of wall mounting
This case comes with a "Certificate of Authenticity"
Southern Star GUARANTEES this product to be AUTHENTIC & GENUINE
You receive a different casings than pictured. Only presentable casings will be used.