This is a rare find from the battlefield a American cardboard ration crate end which is dated 1944 and has all of its maker marks pretty much clear to see and not to much damage. The cardboard which is very solid and is not braking up or falling apart it is 58 inches long and has been mounted on to a wooden board for display so rare to get a cardboard relic that has been in the forest for 70 odd years it has been very nicely cleaned retains a lot of its original colour and a very rare to find item from this famous battlefield. The cardboard part was found in an old barn on farm yard around Bastogne from the siege in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium from the winter of 1944 during Hitler's last great offensive in the West.
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