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Items Retrieved from the Titanic Sell at Auction
Gold Pocket Watch - Bone China Tea Set - Titanic Key

A century after the Titanic plunged into the Atlantic Ocean, a new secret has been revealed that could upend the existing story of how the ship sank. Until now, historians believed that Titanic rammed an iceberg because it was steaming too fast and the crew didn't see it until it was too late

 

 

Items Retrieved from the Titanic
 Sell at Auction
Gold Pocket Watch

Titanic Watch - Pocket Watch from the Titanic

Titanic Artefacts
The cup in the foreground china from the Titanic’sfirst-class dining room. The cup on left is from second class and the right from third class

Door Key Retrieved from the Titanic
Second Mate David Blair in a rush to leave the Titanic
 he carried this key in his pocket

On April 10, 1912, the Titanic, largest ship afloat, left Southampton, England on her maiden voyage to New York City. The White Star Line had spared no expense in assuring her luxury. A legend even before she sailed, her passengers were a mixture of the world's wealthiest elegance of first class and immigrants packed into steerage. Four days into her journey, at 11:40 P.M. on the night of April 14, she struck an iceberg. Her fireman compared the sound of the impact to "the tearing of calico, nothing more." 

However, the collision was fatal and the icy water soon poured through the ship.  It became obvious that many would not find safety in a lifeboat. Each passenger was issued a life jacket but life expectancy would be short when exposed to water four degrees below freezing. As the forward portion of the ship sank deeper, passengers scrambled to the stern. John Thayer witnessed the sinking from a lifeboat. "We could see groups of the almost fifteen hundred people still aboard, clinging in clusters or bunches, like swarming bees; only to fall in masses, pairs or singly, as the great after part of the ship, two hundred and fifty feet of it, rose into the sky, till it reached a sixty-five or seventy degree angle." The great ship slowly slid beneath the waters two hours and forty minutes after the collision Titanic Items 4 Sale


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