Portsmouth: D-Day Museum, Bound in cardstock Wraps.
Measuring 6 by 4 inches when closed, there are 34 color panels of the Tapestry connected in an accordion style with a description on the reverse side.
Wraps / Spine display minimal use. Panels are Fine.
Near Fine. Item #16146
The Overlord Embroidery, echoing the Bayeux Tapestry created 900 years before to commemorate the reverse invasion of England from Normandy, is a narrative embroidery that depicts the story of the D-Day Landings of 6 June 1944 and the subsequent Battle of Normandy.