Original, vintage, 1912, rare, soft back programme from The Royal Albert Hall for the memorial concert held for the Titanic Band (see below), the programme is entitled. At 3pm, just over a month after the Titanic passenger liner sank beneath the icy Atlantic, causing the deaths of 1,514 people, including the bandmaster. The concert was dedicated to the eight heroic musicians who died at their posts, playing as the waters closed over them. The concert performers were led by seven conductors, including.
The greatest professional orchestra ever assembled. The players were drawn from seven London orchestras including. Bringing the total number of musicians to. Size of the programme (when closed) is 19cm x 25cm approx. Or 7 ¼ inches x 10 inches approx.
Condition is good for its age and it has a small amount of foxing/stains inside and also rusty staples, the front cover has stains and faults to the spine, the rear cover see 2. Scan has a couple of creases top to bottom. Please note, the mementoes logo is not on the actual postcard. All items are professionally packaged in board backed envelopes or padded envelopes, both with extra backing card etc.
Inside to ensure safe arrival of your items. The item "RMS Titanic Ship May 1912 Memorial Concert Programme Disaster White Star Line" is in sale since Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
This item is in the category "Collectables\Transportation Collectables\Nautical\Ocean Liners/ Cruise Ships\Titanic/ White Star Line". The seller is "mementoes_uk" and is located in Forest Row. This item can be shipped worldwide.