German WWII Kulturamt (Cultural Office) Sign for the Town of Wesermünde-The village of Wesermünde was absorbed into the larger Bremerhaven in 1939 under Prussian jurisdiction. So, this indicates that this sign is a prewar example. It an original, convex large steel sign that is covered in white enamel with a black gothic script that reads “Kulturamt Wesermünde” below a large spread wing eagle clutching the wreath and swastika. This example does have some edge damage and repairs which were most likely collector done. There are holes in each of the four corners for hanging. The sign measures 20 inches wide by 16 inches tall. This is a rare sign that you just don’t encounter very often. It is good looking despite the repairs, this would look great on any wall. Because of its size some shipping charges will apply.