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Auction Description for RR Auction: 100th Anniversary Titanic Auction

100th Anniversary Titanic Auction

by RR Auction


408 lots with images

December 16, 2012

Live Auction

5 Route 101A, Suite 5

Amherst, NH, 03031 USA

Phone: +1 (603) 732-4280

Fax: +1 (603) 732-4288

Email: Bobby.Eaton@RRAuction.com

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Story of the Wreck of the Titanic

Lot 151: Story of the Wreck of the Titanic

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Description: Two green hardcover copies: Story of the Wreck of the Titanic: The Ocean's Greatest Disaster, Memorial Edition, by Thomas Russell. P. A. Lindberg, Chicago, featuring the imprint, "Nearer My God to Thee," across the top edge, and an artist's rendition of the Titanic sinking, stern up, with lifeboats fleeing the scene; and the Sinking of the Titanic, Memorial Edition, by Thomas Russell. P. A. Lindberg, Chicago. This copy features a black spine, and bears no cover drawing.

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Story of the Wreck of the Titanic

Lot 152: Story of the Wreck of the Titanic

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Description: Three green, gold-lettered hardcover copies of the Story of the Wreck of the Titanic: The Ocean's Greatest Disaster, Memorial Editions, by Marshall Everett. P. A. Lindberg, Chicago. All books feature the imprint, "Nearer My God to Thee," across the top edge, and an artist's rendition of the Titanic sinking, stern up, with lifeboats fleeing the scene, on the covers. Two copies exhibit cracked hinges.

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The Loss of the Steamship Titanic

Lot 153: The Loss of the Steamship Titanic

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Description: Ten-stanza poem by John J. Friend of Bangor, Maine, entitled 'The Loss of the Steamship Titanic: In Loving Remembrance of Those Who Lost Their Lives on Board the Steamship Titanic,' 8.75 x 13.75, featuring an artist's depiction of the liner at the top. In very good condition, with three noticeable diagonal creases, other light scattered creases and soiling, and mild overall toning.

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Titanic Relief Fund

Lot 154: Titanic Relief Fund

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Description: Fund established to assist survivors and families of the victims. Capital & Counties Bank, Limited bank check, 8.25 x 4, stamped "Titanic Relief Fund," payable to Mrs. J. Veale for ten shillings, stamp-dated May 27, 1917. In fine condition, with central vertical and horizontal folds, expected bank stamps and notations, and an ink cancellation through the signatures. James Veale was a second class passenger on the Titanic who died when the ship sank.

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Widener Family

Lot 155: Widener Family

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Description: Christmas card from 1929 sent from the Wideners' Lynnewood Hall. Card measures 8.75 x 12 closed. Inside features a print of an engraving of a young boy by Timothy Cole, with a pre-printed holiday sentiment printed on the adjacent page. The engraving is signed by the artist. In very good condition, with a mild block of toning over sentiment, sentiment page detached, and some light toning and foxing to covers. This print is of artwork that hung in the Widener mansion and was commissioned by the Wideners.

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Titanic Memorial Padlock

Lot 156: Titanic Memorial Padlock

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Description: A seldom seen memorial piece created after the sinking of Titanic in 1912, this brass padlock shows an embossed image of a ship sinking on its face along with the distress call letters of CQD issuing from the mast via electrical bolts. Intended to commemorate the role that wireless radio played in the rescue of the Titanic survivors, the backside of the padlock features the embossed words, "Simmons" (the maker of the padlock), and "Wireless." Key not present.

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Titanic

Lot 157: Titanic

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Description: Colorful commemorative needlepoint with lace edges, 27.5 x 22.5, with an image of the Titanic striking the iceberg, with people visible on the ship, as well as four lifeboats in the water. Stitched across the top is "S. S. Titanic Sinking After Striking An Iceberg In The North Atlantic on April 14. T.H. 1912." In very good condition, with central horizontal and vertical storage fold and scattered soiling, mainly to edges.

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Toll of the Sea

Lot 158: Toll of the Sea

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Description: Illustration entitled 'Toll of the Sea' by Bernard Partridge, dedicated "to the memory of the brave men who went down in the Titanic, April 15th," removed from the April 24, 1912, issue of London's Punch magazine. Image depicts a distraught woman wrapped in an American flag, hand-in-hand with a Poseidon-like figure at the water's edge, and features an elegy beneath. In fine condition.

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The Independent

Lot 159: The Independent

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Description: The Independent weekly magazine, May 30, 1912, 6.75 x 9.75, 52 pages, which features a few Titanic interest pieces. Includes a letter to the editor praising a past editorial concerning "the heroes of the 'Titanic,'" as well as an article about the German maritime program, in part: "The Hamburg-American liner 'Imperator' was launched at Hamburg on May 23. This is the largest steamship in the world, 10.5 feet longer than the 'Titanic.'" Also of interest is a lengthy feature about John Masefield, the English writer whose own experience at sea informed much of his work. In fine condition, with light overall toning and trivial damp staining to the spine.

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Scribner's

Lot 160: Scribner's

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Description: Scribner's Magazine, March 1913, 7 x 10, 133 pages, featuring an 11-page article entitled "The Rescue of the 'Titanic' Survivors" by Captain Arthur H. Rostron of the Carpathia, which includes many photos of the rescue. In very good condition, with small tears and chipping to the edges of the covers and some pages, and light damp staining and a stray ink mark to the upper left of the front cover.

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Wreck of the Titanic

Lot 161: Wreck of the Titanic

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Description: "Wreck of the Titanic" disaster souvenir napkin, 13.25 x 13.25, by the Palatine Printing Co., Wigan, Lancashire. Pink floral bordered napkin is headed at the top "In Memory of the Captain, Crew and Passengers who lost their lives by the Wreck of the Titanic," with an engraving of the ship. There is a detailed description of the vessel, described as "the last word in ocean-going science and luxury," with her "sumptuous Café Parisien, an elaborately fitted restaurant, a gymnasium, Turkish baths, a swimming bath and a racquets court." The messages of sympathy received from King George V, Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra are also reproduced. At the bottom, there is a "local list of crew," i.e. the names of crew members born in Liverpool or Birkenhead. Double matted to an overall size of 15 x 15. In very good condition, with central horizontal and vertical fold and scattered creases and toning.

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Nearer My God to Thee

Lot 162: Nearer My God to Thee

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Description: Colorful original needlepoint of the song title "Nearer My God to Thee," 20.25 x 8. Housed in a period frame to an overall size of 24.75 x 12.5. In very good condition, with uniform toning to background and several cracks to frame.

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Titanic NY Herald

Lot 163: Titanic NY Herald

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Description: Incredibly rare original full 12-page April 17, 1912, edition of the New York Herald, 16.5 x 23, with the triple line headline reading "The Titanic Torn Asunder When She Struck Iceberg Going At 18-Knot Speed," with one of the lead stories headline's reading "Only Gallantry Of Officers And Crew Saved The 868 Who Are Aboard The Carpathia." Another reads, "The Titanic Sent Out Warning Of Icebergs One Hour Before The Crash." Upper portion of the page has photographs of some of the socially prominent women on board the Titanic, including Lady Duff Gordon and Mrs. John Jacob Astor. In very good condition, with expected central horizontal fold uniform light toning, some mild dampstaining, a few light diagonal creases, and small tears and chips to edges.

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Titanic NY Newspaper

Lot 164: Titanic NY Newspaper

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Description: Original February 29, 1912, New York newspaper advertisement contained within a 6.5 x 10 clipped newspaper section. Ad by the International Mercantile Marine Lines states near the top, "The Largest and Finest Steamers in the World, Olympic, Titanic, New 45,000 tons Each; Sail From New York, March 16, April 20." Some paper loss to edges and a uniform shade of toning, otherwise fine condition.

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Titanic Newspaper

Lot 165: Titanic Newspaper

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Description: Original April 19, 1912, library edition issue of The World newspaper, 18 x 21.5, 22 pages. Banner headline announces "Titanic's Side Hit Berg And Boilers Blew Up; Carpathia In With Survivors; Stirring Story Of Heroism By World Man On Rescue Ship." Smaller headlines on the front page read "Most of passengers in berths when liner, speeding for a maiden voyage record at 23 knots an hour, received fatal blow-Explosion broke her in two, and she sank 2 hours and 35 minutes later-John Jacob Astor, Henry B. Harris and Jacques Futrelle displayed great heroism, as did crew-Band went down with ship, playing 'Nearer My God to Thee.'...Revolver shots heard by many persons just before Titanic dived to her grave." Front page also features a large image of Bruce Ismay, with a headline to his story reading "Ismay Declares He Welcomes Inquiry; Regrets Disaster." Some chips, small tears, and repairs to very fragile edges, uniform toning, central horizontal fold, Ohio State Library stamp to top, and binding remnants to left edge, otherwise very good condition.

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Titanic Newspaper

Lot 166: Titanic Newspaper

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Description: Original April 18, 1912, library edition issue of The World newspaper, 18 x 21.5, 22 pages. Banner headline announces "Carpathia Bringing Only 705 Survivors; Due Late To-night; Death List Now Up To 1477." Above the fold also bears an Underwood and Underwood image of a large iceberg, with its headline stating "Monster Iceberg Photographed Near Scene of Titanic's Crash," and the Underwood caption reading "Group of Icebergs in Latitude 41,50 near the Titanic's Grave." In very good condition, with some chips, small tears, and repairs to very fragile edges, uniform toning, central horizontal fold, Ohio State Library stamp to top, and binding remnants to left edge.

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Titanic Newspaper

Lot 167: Titanic Newspaper

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Description: Original April 17, 1912, library edition issue of The World newspaper, 18 x 21.25, 22 pages. Banner headline announces "Only The Carpathia Has Survivors Aboard, The Olympic Reports; 868 Saved, 1310 Lost." A composite image of lines of relatives waiting for news outside the White Star Offices, as well as an image of Mrs. Benjamin Guggenheim. Front page also features a list of possible victims and several other sensational headlines. In good condition, with some chips, small tears, and repairs to very fragile edges, uniform toning, central horizontal fold, Ohio State Library stamp to top, and binding remnants to left edge.

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Titanic Minneapolis Newspaper

Lot 168: Titanic Minneapolis Newspaper

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Description: Original April 19, 1912, edition of The Minneapolis Morning Tribune, 17 x 24, with the entire front page taken up with reports of the sinking. Banner headline reads "Carpathia Brings 745 Titanic Survivors to land; 1601 Drowned; All Women But Three Are Saved." Secondary headlines proclaim "Titanic's Side Was Ripped In Crash; Huge Liner Breaks Amidship. Hundreds Take to Lifeboats," "Passengers first refused to believe leviathan had received mortal wound-Party playing bridge resumed game after hearing of crash-Crew routs sleepers from berths to take to life boats-Captain refused to flee. Men are calm in face of danger. Distressing stories told by passengers in lifeboats-Rescued watch great liner break and settle-Astor last seen walking with wife-Great crowds pack New York piers when Carpathia docks." Above the fold is also a table headlined "Titanic Horror Told In Figures." Uniform toning, central horizontal and vertical fold scattered creases and edge tears, and some paper loss to edges, otherwise very good condition.

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Collection of Evening Wisconsin Newspapers

Lot 169: Collection of Evening Wisconsin Newspapers

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Description: Collection of 14 issues of The Evening Wisconsin, no Sunday editions, all approximately dating from April 15-20, 22-27, and 29 and 30, 1912, with the headlines chronicling the latest developments of the Titanic. April 15 headline states "Titanic Sinking After Collision; Passengers Safe." The following day the realization of the tragedy is reported in the headline "Titanic Sinks With 1341 Souls-868 Survivors Saved By Carpathia." Issue also features an image of prominent Milwaukee passenger Captain E. G. Crosby. The April 18 issue has an image of the Titanic at sea, a map showing the area of the accident, and images of prominent passengers including the Astors, Archibald Butt, Isidor Straus, and Frank Millet. Headlines in later issues deal with the inquiry and other issues surrounding the accident, including one which states "Titanic Investigation is 'Brutally Unfair,' says J. Bruce Ismay." In very good condition, with expected toning, fragile pages, edge tears, and binding holes to left edge. A great collection chronicling the first two weeks after the tragedy, which included several prominent Wisconsin residents.

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Harper's Weekly

Lot 170: Harper's Weekly

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Description: Complete original issue of Harper's Weekly illustrated newspaper, dated April 27, 1912, 38 pages, 10.75 x 16. First page bears a photo of survivors in a lifeboat captioned "Some of the pitiful seven hundred. A boatload of the 'Titanic's' survivors just before they were succored by the 'Carpathia.'" Inside features an article and several more photos of the rescue and recovery. Repair to left edge of pages, paper loss and partial separation to front cover, scattered toning and damp staining, and a central vertical fold, otherwise very good condition.

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New York Sunday American

Lot 171: New York Sunday American

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Description: Memorial Titanic newspaper "Section to Commemorate the Loss of the Steamship" from the New York Sunday American, two pages, dated April 28, 1912, featuring an artist's rendition of survivors rowing in "the first lifeboat to reach the side of the Carpathia," with an oval image of "The Lost Titanic" in the top left corner. Remainder of newspaper features photos of survivors and victims, and several photos of the Carpathia. In good to very good condition, with partial separations along central horizontal fold, a couple areas of paper loss to edges, several binding holes along hinge, and a few edge tears.

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Terrible Disaster at Sea

Lot 172: Terrible Disaster at Sea

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Description: Pamphlet featuring a melodramatic description of the accident at sea and an untitled poem by Harry Simmons, 5.25 x 8.25, two pages, April 29, 1912. Intersecting folds and light scattered creases, overall toning and damp staining, and a rusty paperclip mark and pencil notation to the top, otherwise very good condition.

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The Sinking of the Titanic

Lot 173: The Sinking of the Titanic

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Description: Pamphlet entitled The Sinking of the Titanic by Rev. G. A. Griswood, 3.25 x 5.75, 15 pages, published by the Bible Institute Colportage Ass'n of Chicago, containing the story of the ship with biblical references throughout the text. In fine condition, with a light circular area of damp staining and a small pencil notation to the last page.

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Je sais tout

Lot 174: Je sais tout

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Description: Je sais tout periodical published by Pierre Lafitte & Cie. of Paris, 6.25 x 9.25, 132 pages, May 15, 1912, featuring an article entitled "La catastrophe du 'Titanic'" that includes 11 images related to the steamship, such as exterior and interior photos, portraits of Captain Smith, Jack Phillips, and famous victims, and illustrations of the liner. In very good condition, with covers absent and some slight separation to binding.

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The Deathless Story of the Titanic

Lot 175: The Deathless Story of the Titanic

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Description: Scarce first edition of The Deathless Story of the Titanic: Complete Narrative with Many Illustrations, issued by Lloyd's Weekly News, 9 x 12.5, 40 pages. Consists of detailed information and numerous images. A mild vertical bend, light overall toning, and small chips and tears to bottom edges of covers, otherwise fine condition.

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The Graphic

Lot 176: The Graphic

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Description: Original and complete May 4, 1912, issue of The Graphic, 12.5 x 16.5, 28 pages. First page has an illustration of several crewmen on top of an overturned lifeboat, extending their arms to Captain Smith who is in the water in the foreground, with the inside having several more pages of photos and articles. In good to very good condition, with partial separation and paper loss to hinge, scattered toning, soiling, and damp staining (heavier to last few pages), a few partially separated pages, and scattered paper loss to some inside pages.

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The Daily Graphic

Lot 177: The Daily Graphic

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Description: Original and complete April 20, 1912, issue of The Daily Graphic, entirely devoted as a Titanic memorial, 12.5 x 16.5, 20 pages. Front cover bears a large image of the liner, with the inside full of photos of victims and survivors, stories of the disaster, and images of the relief efforts. In good condition, with horizontal tear to final few pages, central horizontal fold, scattered edge wear and paper loss, and toning and damp staining.

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The Illustrated London News

Lot 178: The Illustrated London News

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Description: Complete original Illustrated London News periodical, dated May 4, 1912, 11.75 x 16, 40 pages. Front cover bears an image of the American inquiry, with the caption stating "Questioned by Senator Smith; Mr. Joseph Bruce Ismay giving evidence at the American Inquiry into the 'Titanic' disaster." Inside features pages of other articles and images of the disaster. In very good condition, with corner tip creases, scattered toning and soiling, binding holes to left edge, and several small edge tears to cover.

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Le Petit Journal

Lot 179: Le Petit Journal

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Description: Original color supplement of the Le Petit Journal, 12 x 17, dated June 2, 1912, with the back cover featuring a full page illustration of ship passengers entering into a lifeboat, captioned at the bottom, in French, "La Lecon du Titanic," [The Lesson of Titanic]. In very good condition, with scattered edge tears and chips, mild toning, and a partial separation to hinge.

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John Thayer's Sketches of the Sinking

Lot 180: John Thayer's Sketches of the Sinking

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Description: A full page from the May 11, 1912, Illustrated London News, 15.75 x 11, with a reproduction of a series of sketches of the sinking of the Titanic, as recounted by survivor John B. Thayer, Jr., while on board the Carpathia. Titled at the top, "Made By A Survivor, On An Overturned Collapsible Boat, As The 'Titanic' Was Sinking." Caption at the bottom notes, "Sketches of the stages of the sinking of the 'Titanic' made by Mr. John B. Thayer Jun, while he was on one of the vessel's collapsible boats, and filled in by Mr. L. P. Skidmore on the Carpathia." The six images show the ship breaking in two and slowly disappearing below the surface. In fine condition, with some scattered light soiling.

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L'Illustration

Lot 181: L'Illustration

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Description: Three original issues of L'Illustration, each 11.25 x 15.5, dated April 20, 27, and May 4, 1912, respectively. Each issue contains photos and articles, in French, relating to the Titanic disaster. In overall very good condition.

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The Loss of the Titanic

Lot 182: The Loss of the Titanic

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Description: Pamphlet featuring a poem by W. A. Eaton entitled "The Loss of the Titanic," 5.5 x 8.25, two pages. In good condition, with heavy intersecting folds with separations, scattered soiling (heavy to top of second page), and light toning.

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The Loss of the Titanic: A Poem

Lot 183: The Loss of the Titanic: A Poem

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Description: Poem entitled 'The Loss of the Titanic' by A. J. Tilley, printed on black-bordered cardstock, December 7, 1912, featuring a description of the disaster on the front and the 12-stanza poem inside. In very good condition, with scattered foxing and soiling throughout.

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Tuck's Oilette

Lot 184: Tuck's Oilette

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Description: Tuck's 'Oilette' postcard, 3.5 x 5.5, with a color illustration of the Titanic on the front by Oilette, postmarked London, April 27, 1912. Reverse bears a short letter in Italian. A half-penny stamp is affixed to the image side of the postcard. In very good to fine condition, with pencil notations and toning to correspondence side, and aforementioned stamp and postmark to image side.

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In Memoriam: Titanic

Lot 185: In Memoriam: Titanic

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Description: Black-bordered memorial poster, 17.75 x 13, featuring a large image of the Titanic leaving the harbor, captioned: "In Memoriam, 'Titanic,' Sunk on her maiden voyage off Cape Race, April 15th, 1912, The most appalling disaster in Maritime History, with a loss of over 1,500 lives." Multiple vertical folds, heavy scattered creases, heavy paper loss to the upper left, and lightly trimmed edges, otherwise very good condition.

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White Star Liner Titanic Launched

Lot 186: White Star Liner Titanic Launched

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Description: Vintage 13.75 x 6 print affixed to a thick mount featuring a full-length port side view of the Titanic, captioned at the bottom: "White Star Liner R. M. S. 'Titanic' Launched 31st May, 1911. Sank off Cape Race on Maiden Voyage 15th April, 1912. 1565 Passengers Lost." In good condition, with heavy creases, soiling, toning, chipping, surface marks, and light pencil notations.

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Tichnor Brothers

Lot 187: Tichnor Brothers

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Description: Original period print of a full-length image of the Titanic, 22 x 14.25, published by Tichnor Brothers of Boston, and stating "Sunk in the greatest Marine Disaster in History. April 15, 1912." Caption to the right gives a brief history of the doomed liner, with a small chart to the left side plotting the boat's course and where it sank. A single tack hole to each corner, a couple missing corner tips, a noticeable crease to left side, small tear to right edge, and scattered creases and surface marks, otherwise very good condition.

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The Titanic Band Memorial Concert

Lot 188: The Titanic Band Memorial Concert

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Description: Program for "The 'Titanic' Band Memorial Concert" at Royal Albert Hall on May 24, 1912, 7.25 x 9.75, 15 pages. One page is dedicated to the eight Titanic bandsmen who heroically played as the ship went down. The concert was to feature music by Chopin, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, and Bach, among others, performed by orchestras from across England. Covers absent and heavy separation along spine, otherwise very good condition.

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St. Paul's Cathedral Memorial Service

Lot 189: St. Paul's Cathedral Memorial Service

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Description: Program for the "Memorial Service for those who perished through the foundering of the SS. 'Titanic' on Monday, April 15, 1912," held at St. Paul's Cathedral on April 19, 1912, 6.5 x 8, 12 pages. Features a guide to the hymns and prayers of the mass. In very good condition, with moderate foxing and soiling to the covers, and a small tear to the upper border of the back cover.

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Grand Bohemian Concert for the Titanic Relief Fund

Lot 190: Grand Bohemian Concert for the Titanic Relief Fund

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Description: Beautiful program for the Grand Bohemian Concert in aid of the Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund at King's Hall, May 17, 1912, 7.25 x 11.25, two pages. Front cover bears an artist's portrayal of the Titanic and program is bound with brown string. In fine condition.

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Vocalion Record

Lot 191: Vocalion Record

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Description: Gambler 'The Sinking of the Titanic/Rovin' album, #A 15148, by George Reneau on Vocalion Records. In fine condition, scattered light surface scratches to both sides.

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Nearer, My God, to Thee

Lot 192: Nearer, My God, to Thee

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Description: Columbia Disc Record of 'Nearer, My God, to Thee,' seven inches in diameter, with the artist listed as "Orchestra with Brass Quartet." In fine condition, a few light surface scratches to both sides.

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Nearer, My God, to Thee

Lot 193: Nearer, My God, to Thee

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Description: Victor Record of 'Nearer, My God, to Thee,' 10 inches in diameter, with the artist listed as Mark Andrews, an organist. In fine condition, a few light surface scratches to both sides.

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Enrico Caruso

Lot 194: Enrico Caruso

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Description: Rare RCA Victor Red Seal 78 rpm record, 'Ombra Mai Fu (Largo)/The Lost Chord' performed by Enrico Caruso, in its original paper sleeve. Record in fine condition; sleeve in very good condition, with scattered creases, chips, and tears. Caruso memorably performed The Last Chord on April 29, 1912, at the Metropolitan Opera House benefit concert for the families of Titanic victims.

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Be British and Stand Your Post

Lot 195: Be British and Stand Your Post

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Description: Double-sided record 'In remembrance of the 'Titanic,' featuring 'Be British!' and 'Stand to Your Post,' both sung by Ernest Gray. Housed in its original sleeve. Moderate wear and tearing to the sleeve, otherwise fine condition.

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Be British

Lot 196: Be British

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Description: Sheet music for Pelham & Wright's 'Be British!,' three pages, published in 1912 by the Lawrence Wright Music Co., London. Cover features a real photo of the Titanic, and the printed message across the top, "Dedicated to the Gallant Ill-Fated Crew of the 'Titanic.'" First interior page exhibits a moderate tear and paper loss to the bottom edge.

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Nearer, My God, to Thee

Lot 197: Nearer, My God, to Thee

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Description: Two different copies of sheet music for 'Nearer, My God, To Thee,' the first, by Drumheller and published in 1908 by Eclipse Publishing, features two angels kneeling on the cover, heads uplifted to gaze at a crown of thorns with an actual crown in the center; and the second, by Spencer and published in 1911 by De Luxe Music, features an ornate artist's rendition of two angels hovering above a woman with a child in her arms. The first copy exhibits some repaired tearing and the cover held by a few pieces of tape at the hinge, and the cover of the second copy is separated.

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The Band Played 'Nearer My God to Thee' As the Ship Went Down

Lot 198: The Band Played 'Nearer My God to Thee' As the Ship Went Down

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Description: Sheet music for Mark Beam/Harold Jones' 'The Band Played 'Nearer My God to Thee' as the Ship Went Down-In Memory of the Heroes of the Ill-Fated Titanic,' five pages, published in 1912 by Joe Morris Music Company, New York. The cover features black and purple ink, accentuated by a memorial wreath. Repaired tears to the pages.

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The Wreck of the Titanic

Lot 199: The Wreck of the Titanic

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Description: Two different copies of sheet music for 'The Wreck of the Titanic,' five pages, published in 1912 by H. Kirkus Dugdale Co., Washington, D. C. The first, by Kirkpatrick and Hanford, features ornate purple printing; and the second, by Euler and Stanley, boasts elegant black print.

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Be British!

Lot 200: Be British!

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Description: Sheet music for 'Be British!,' 10 x 14, six pages with insert, written and composed by Paul Pelham and Lawrence Wright, published in 1912 by the Lawrence Wright Music Co. of London. Cover features an image of the Titanic beside a tugboat, and bears the text: "Dedicated to The Gallant Ill-Fated Crew of the 'Titanic.'" Also bears an ownership signature dated 1915. In very good condition, with scattered foxing and soiling, a tape-reinforced spine, and chips and tears to the edges.

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