The Titanic Collection: Memorabilia Reproductions

Offered is "The Titanic Collection," a box, published in 1998, containing twenty-one meticulous reproductions of actual tickets, deck plans, postcards, menus and luggage stickers that were used on R.M.S. Titanic, as well as copies of the iceberg warning telegram and distress call and other historic documents from the archives of the Titanic Historical Society. All of this material is contained in a sturdily built, well designed "steamer trunk" with removeable tray.

T are some wonderful items , including a beautifully done copy of the White Star Line Music Program of the era, including a list of all the songs played by the Titanic's orchestra on the voyage, a thirty-eight page booklet : "Notes for First Class Passsengers," a large folded First Class deck plan, seven period post cards of Titanic and Olympic, reproduced front and back, the First Class passenger List, First Class Luncheon menu from April 14th, a First Class ticket, etc. A thirty-two page illustrated booklet explains each item in the set. All of the items are beautifully printed on heavy stock in the colors and sizes of the originals. The cover of the Music Program is even embossed, just like its 1910 counterpart.

In addition, I am including in the box several additional items not originally included with the box set: a set of seventeen beautiful color photos of pages from a rare original Olympic/Titanic color brochure, a remnant of the carpeting used in the First Class dining salon set in Cameron's movie "Titanic," and a 1997 commemorative medal issued by the Royal Mint and commissioned by Harland And Wolff Shipbuilders, to observe the birth, life and death of the Titanic. This medal is encapusulated in an eight-page color folder loaded with historical information, complete with a slipcase.

The entire collection has been well cared for and is in superb condition.

Buyer pays $2.81 Media Mail postage to USA addresses, or appropriate foreign postage. OVERSEAS BUYERS NOTE: Recent postal rate increases by the U.S.P.O. have made even small items much more expensive to ship. To avoid surprises, BEFORE bidding please go to "http://postcalc.usps.gov" and click on "calculate international postage." The weight of this package will be 2 lbs, 4 oz.

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