After joining the Nazis to further his archaeological agenda, Rene Belloq was given this German Reisepass to ease his travels in pre-war Europe. This passport was carefully replicated from actual Nazi passports, entirely type set by hand using vintage-style fonts.

Eight visa stamps add a well-seasoned look this this passport. Included are Europe, Palestine and Egypt, where the Ark is finally discovered. Also chronicled are Belloq's theft of the Golden Idol in Peru and its sale in Morocco. Many of the visas are signed by hand, while others have dates stamped on them for an authentic appearance.