Some of which was retrieved by the C. 1 Starting with an extremely rare Titanic Grand Staircase railing wood segment 2" X 2" X 3. One of the most beautiful features on the Titanic was it's magnificent and stunning First Class Grand Staircase. The design was like no other, all hand carved. And finished by the top master craftsmen in the world.
The Titanic's first class Grand Staircase was used by the most prominent people in the world. John Jacob Astor IV, Margaret "Molly" Brown, Benjamin Guggenheim, Isidor and Ida Straus, Sr. Cosmo and Lady Duff Gordon, Lady Countess Rothes, Captain Edward J. Smith and Thomas Andrews all have and walked this Grand Staircase. Offered here is an opportunity to own an original section of carved English Oak from the balustrade wood railing molding of Titanic's First Class aft Grand Staircase.This example exhibits partial leaves, full berries, and a very large section of the crossed ribbon, which is extremely rare to find for sale. As the Titanic sank, the aft Grand Staircase fractured and broke apart, resulting in fragments floating to the ocean's surface. Parker, fashioned some of the wreck wood into objects such as game boards, tables, and a picture frame for Minia's First Officer James Adams. Adams proudly dispplayed a picture of his mother in the frame. A full provenance package accompanies this extremely rare Titanic artifact Grand Staircase.
2 A shield badge #12. Which belonged to a R. Carpathia Officer during the R.It represented the life boat number the officer was in charge of during rescue. The port side was for even numbers. 3 An original segment of wood cork.
1" X 2" from the interior of a life jacket. Minia, used during the recovery of bodies from the R. Many of the life jackets were left floating. In the icy the North Atlantic. And break while floating in the water.
4 An original snapshot Approx 3" X 3" taken aboard the R. This photo shows wreckage floating in the ocean near where the Titanic sank.
5 A piece of steel hull fragment 1" X 1" from the big hull of the Titanic, that was broken up, and brought up from the Titanic wreck site. This hull was once displayed at an Atlantic City beach, in a tent, and this piece had broken off during display. 6 An extremely rare Titanic original Postal Telegram (5 1/2" X 8 1/2" mounted on an album page) is one of the earliest messages delivered during the disaster, and important in the worlds first knowledge of how the sinking occurred. Dated 4/15/1912 at 3:45pm. It was sent from the Harper Cambridge House and reads: (Referring to wireless message) Deeply regret advise you Titanic sank this morning after collision with iceberg resulting in serious loss of life.
The item "Titanic Grand Staircase Wood, Telegram, Carpathia Badge, Life Jkt Cork, Hull Piece" is in sale since Friday, October 06, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Cruise Ships & Ocean Liners\White Star & Titanic". The seller is "briawilso_28" and is located in Blaine, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.