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Titanic Cobalt Blue Demitasse Cup and Saucer

A stunning cobalt blue demitasse cup and saucer designated for the Titanic. Cup measures 2 x 2.25 and the saucer’s diameter is 4.75 This is an extremely rare set believed to have been destined for the first class a la carte restaurant on-board Titanic. 386 more words

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Carl Asplund Titantic Passenger Ornate Iron Key

A single iron key with quatrefoil head made by Yale and Town circa 1900, measuring approximately two inches long, recovered from the body of third-class Titanic passenger Carl Asplund. 204 more words

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1″ long wooden sliver remnant from Titanic lifeboat #6

Only seven years old at the time he boarded the Titanic (1904-1991), he survived along with his mother and sister. A limited edition 1″ long wooden sliver remnant from Titanic lifeboat #6, affixed to a 5 x 3 off-white card, 4/25, signed at bottom by Titanic survivor George Thomas and oceanographer Robert Ballard. 56 more words

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Titanic Divot Stamped on the top S S Titanic 1912

A steel divot, measuring 1.5 inch in diameter, taken from the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland, by a worker after the sinking of the Titanic. 122 more words

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Titanic Account of Wages surviving first class saloon steward

Partly-printed document, one page, 7.5 x 9.5, May 13, 1912. Titanic ‘Account of Wages’ document for Edneser Edward Wheelton, who worked on the vessel as a saloon steward with the Victualling Crew. 133 more words

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Olympic- White Star Line Desirable Cadbury Tin

Desirable Cadbury tin, 1.75 x 2.5 x .5, bearing an artist’s rendition of the Olympic and the White Star Line insignia on the front. Reverse is embossed with a match striker and the words “Cadbury Bournville.” In very good condition, with scattered marks and bends to the front, and heavy wear to the sides and reverse. 28 more words

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Austin Partner Titanic Passenger Gold Collar Stud

Eighteen karat UK assayed gold collar stud, worn by Austin Partner, First Class Titanic passenger and victim. This stud was worn by Partner when he drowned on April 15, 1912, and was sent back by the authorities along with the rest of his personal possessions to his family after his body was recovered. 197 more words

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