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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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Queenstown Harbour

Lot 251: Queenstown Harbour

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Description: Unused color postcard featuring an artist's portrayal of tenders shuttling passengers and luggage to the Titanic, with the Ireland in the foreground and the America in the background, captioned at the bottom: "Tenders coming alongside the Liner, Queenstown Harbour." Some foxing to the upper right and light corner tip dings, otherwise fine condition. The Queenstown port was not deep enough for the Titanic to dock, so she anchored out in the harbor while the tenders delivered 120 new passengers. Queenstown was the last stop before the Titanic began her transatlantic voyage.

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Steamer Titanic

Lot 252: Steamer Titanic

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Description: Unused first-printing Tichnor Bros. postcard featuring an artist's depiction of the Titanic, captioned at the top: "Steamer Titanic," with facts about the disaster listed below. The first printing had the number of lives lost at 1300, and the printing plate was edited to read 1500 for the second printing. Light scattered soiling and a tiny area of surface loss to the rear of the ship, otherwise fine condition.

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World's Greatest Gantry, Belfast

Lot 253: World's Greatest Gantry, Belfast

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Description: Unposted 'Philco Series' postcard depicting a dry docked Olympic-class liner, captioned at the top: "The World's Greatest Gantry, in Harland and Wolff's North Shipyard, Belfast." Unpostmarked but reverse bears a letter in ink dated March 24, 1919, in part: "To day we had a walk round Alexandra Park & viewed this place. The Olympic & Titanic & other large ships were built. One large boat is being built as shown in picture at time of writing." In fine condition, with trivial surface loss to lower corner tips. A thoughtful firsthand account of "The World's Greatest Gantry."

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White Star R.M.S Titanic Launch

Lot 254: White Star R.M.S Titanic Launch

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Description: Rare unposted 'Signal Series' real photo postcard of the Titanic beginning her maiden voyage, captioned at the bottom: "White Star Line R.M.S. 'Titanic' Launches 31st May 1911." Reverse bears an original note in ink, in part: "Sunk at 10:30pm Monday April 14/12 270 miles from Newfoundland...Lives lost-1635-Saved-705." In fine condition. A stark contrast between the exquisite image of ship's joyous launch and somber note on the reverse.

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Titanic

Lot 255: Titanic

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Description: First-printing Tichnor Bros. postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic at sea, captioned at the bottom: "Steamer Titanic," with facts about the disaster listed below. Postmarked April 23, 1912, aboard the USS Virginia, and bears a brief letter in ink, in full: "This picture will give you a better idea of the size of the Titanic." Mild toning and soiling, and a trivial crease to the lower right corner tip, otherwise fine condition. The first printing of this postcard had the number of lives lost at 1300, and the printing plate was edited to read 1500 for the second printing. An uncommon error postcard with an explanatory letter from right after the disaster, when the people worldwide were tremendously interested in the ship and the tragedy.

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Titanic Starting on her First and Last Voyage

Lot 256: Titanic Starting on her First and Last Voyage

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an image of the Titanic beginning her voyage across the Atlantic, published by Solomon Brothers of London and bearing printed facts on the reverse, captioned at the bottom: "The 'Titanic' starting on her First and Last Voyage." Scattered surface marks and soiling, otherwise fine condition. A desirable postcard.

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White Star Liner Titanic

Lot 257: White Star Liner Titanic

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Description: Unused 'National Series' postcard featuring two verses of "Nearer, My God, to Thee" and an artist's rendering of the Titanic in a white-capped sea, captioned at the top: "White Star Liner 'Titanic.' Left Southampton on maiden voyage, April 10th 1912. Collided with icefield and sank, Monday 15th April. Length, 882 feet; beam, 92 feet; tonnage 46,192. Captain, E. J. Smith." Reverse bears printed information about a performance by the East Hull Prize Silver Band on Sunday, April 28th [1912], with "Full Proceeds in aid of Titanic Disaster Fund." In fine condition, with a couple trivial pencil notations to the reverse.

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White Star Liner Titanic

Lot 258: White Star Liner Titanic

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Description: Unused British 'National Series' color postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic at sea, captioned at the top: "White Star Liner, 'Titanic.' Left Southampton on maiden voyage, April 10th 1912. Collided with icefield and sank, Monday 15th April. Length, 882 feet; beam, 92 feet; tonnage 46,192. Captain, E. J. Smith." In fine condition, with a ding to the upper left corner.

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White Star Liner Titanic

Lot 259: White Star Liner Titanic

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Description: Unused British 'National Series' postcard featuring an artistic likeness of the Titanic pre-accident, captioned at the top: "White Star Liner, 'Titanic.' Left Southampton on maiden voyage, April 10th 1912. Collided with icefield and sank, Monday 15th April. Length, 882 feet; beam, 92 feet; tonnage 46,192. Captain, E. J. Smith." Light scattered soiling, otherwise fine condition.

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Steamer Titanic

Lot 260: Steamer Titanic

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Description: Unused second-printing Tichnor Bros. postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic, captioned at the top: "Steamer Titanic," with facts about the disaster listed below. The first printing had the number of lives lost at 1300, and the printing plate was edited for the second printing to read "1500." In very good condition, with scattered soiling, wear to the corner tips, and light damp staining to the lower border.

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S.S. Titanic

Lot 261: S.S. Titanic

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Description: Unused color postcard featuring an artist's portrayal of the port side view of the Titanic, published by the Success Post Card Co. of New York, captioned at the top: "S. S. Titanic, Largest in the World. Cost $10,000,000. 882 feet, 6 inches in length; displacement, 66,000 tons. Sailed April 10th, 1912, from Southampton on her maiden trip. Struck an iceberg on the night of April 15th, and sank with a loss of life of more than 1,500." In fine condition.

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Titanic

Lot 262: Titanic

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Description: Rare unused 'gold print' postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic's port side, captioned at the bottom: "Titanic." In fine condition, with a few light scattered surface marks.

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S.S. Titanic

Lot 263: S.S. Titanic

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an artist's portrayal of the Titanic in a turbulent sea, published by W. & T. Gaines of Leeds, captioned at the top: "S. S. Titanic. Foundered April 14th, 1912. Over 1,600 passengers drowned." A couple mild creases and some chipping to the edges, otherwise fine condition.

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R.M.S Titanic Wrecked in Mid-Atlantic

Lot 264: R.M.S Titanic Wrecked in Mid-Atlantic

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Description: Unused F. G. O. Stuart postcard depicting the starboard side of the Titanic, captioned at the bottom: "R. M. S. Titanic, Wrecked in mid-Atlantic by Collision with Iceberg. April 15th. 1912." In very good condition, with scattered toning, foxing, and soiling, especially to the reverse.

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The Terrible Ill-Fated Steamship

Lot 265: The Terrible Ill-Fated Steamship

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Description: Unused German postcard featuring a dramatic artist's rendition of the Titanic cutting through the water, captioned at the top: "Das entsetzliche Dampfer-Ungluck." Reverse also bears printed details about the disaster. In very good condition, with scattered marks and creases, and light wear to the corner tips.

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The Ill-Fated S.S. Titanic

Lot 266: The Ill-Fated S.S. Titanic

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Description: Postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic towering over a sailboat, captioned at the bottom: "The Ill-Fated S. S. Titanic. Foundered April 15, 1912." Postmarked September 17, 1912, in Halifax, and bears a letter in pencil, in part: "Your P. C. photograph looks lovely...We are all in the best of health at present & hope you all are the same." A couple light creases and an impression to the front from the postmark, otherwise fine condition.

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Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World

Lot 267: Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World

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Description: Postcard featuring an artist's representation of the Titanic in a sea full of icebergs, captioned at the bottom: "Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World," with facts about the disaster below. Postmarked April 23, 1912, in New York, and bears a letter in ink, in part: "Well I suppose by this time you are back home again...I suppose Calvin spoke to you about this ship going down it must of [sic] been awful." A few noticeable creases, otherwise fine condition. A historic letter containing the empathetic reaction of a stunned New Yorker.

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Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World

Lot 268: Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an artist's rendering of the Titanic with an ominous iceberg in the background, published by Joseph Koehler of New York, captioned at the bottom: "Ocean Liner Titanic-Largest Steamer in the World," with facts about the ship and disaster below. Light marks and toning from previous display, otherwise fine condition.

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Titanic in Mid-Atlantic Passing Icebergs

Lot 269: Titanic in Mid-Atlantic Passing Icebergs

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic beside an iceberg jutting out of the water, captioned at the bottom: "SS Titanic in Mid-Atlantic passing icebergs. Foundered on her maiden voyage, April 15, 1912." In fine condition, with some trivial chipping to borders and silvering to dark areas of the image. An unusual postcard, as the image is an artist's composite reconstruction using the famous photo of the Titanic docked in Southampton taken by H. Symes.

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White Star Liner Titanic Sunk on her Maiden Trip

Lot 270: White Star Liner Titanic Sunk on her Maiden Trip

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Description: Real photo postcard of a painting of the Titanic cruising at full steam, captioned at the bottom: "White Star Liner Titanic sunk on her maiden trip in collision with iceberg. April. 14. 1912. 1601 lives lost." Postmarked June 1912, in Fort Wayne, and bears a brief note in pencil, in part: "I got here all right and Call was here well we haven't went home from town yet but are going now." In very good condition, with an area of surface loss to the left border, dings to the lower left corner, and moderate silvering to dark areas of the image.

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S.S. Titanic

Lot 271: S.S. Titanic

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Description: Unused 'The Real Photo Series' real photo postcard, by Hurst & Co. of Belfast, featuring a full-length port side view of the steamship, captioned at the bottom: "The S.S. 'Titanic,' foundered April 15th, 1912, on her ill-fated maiden voyage to New York, only 705 being saved out of a total of 2,358 passengers and crew." Scattered soiling and mild rippling to the emulsion, otherwise fine condition.

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Titanic

Lot 272: Titanic

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Description: E. L. D. French postcard featuring an artist's rendition of the Titanic in a tumultuous ocean, captioned at the top: "Le 'Titanic,'" along with a French description of the ship and disaster, much of which is erroneous, including the date, "16 Avril 1912," and body count, "1,800 victimes." Stamp affixed to front and postmarked May 26, 1912, and bears a brief untranslated sentiment in French. In very good condition, with vertical and horizontal creases and light scattered soiling.

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Titanic

Lot 273: Titanic

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Description: Unused E. L. D. French postcard with an illustration of the Titanic, captioned at the top: "Le 'Titanic,'" along with a French description of the ship and disaster, much of which is erroneous, including the date, "16 Avril 1912," and body count, "1,800 victimes." Light toning and soiling, and a few slight corner tip dings, otherwise fine condition.

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Le Titanic

Lot 274: Le Titanic

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Description: Unused French postcard featuring an image of the steamship, captioned at the top: "Le 'Titanic,'" along with a description in French of the physical ship as well as its tragic fate. In fine condition, with toning to the edges and a couple light pencil notations.

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Titanic Sunk on her Maiden Voyage

Lot 275: Titanic Sunk on her Maiden Voyage

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Description: Unused postcard featuring a simplistic artist's impression of the Titanic passing a foreboding iceberg, captioned at the bottom: "The White Star Liner 'Titanic' sunk on her maiden voyage, 15th April, 1912," with dimensions of the ship listed below. Scattered light creases, soiling, and wear to the corner tips, otherwise fine condition.

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Titanic Departing Southampton

Lot 276: Titanic Departing Southampton

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Description: Fantastic Nautical Photo Agency real photo postcard of the Titanic departing Southampton, sold by the Northern Publishing Company of Liverpool. Reverse bears the tale of the ship in ink, in full: "Built 1912 by Harland & Wolff Belfast. Ran into an Iceberg on her maiden voyage (1912) and was sunk with great loss of life." In fine condition, with light scattered surface marks and impressions. An iconic image of the White Star Liner.

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White Star Line, Olympic and Titanic

Lot 277: White Star Line, Olympic and Titanic

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an illustration of a White Star Line steamer towering over another ship, captioned at the bottom: "S. S. 'Olympic,' S. S. 'Titanic,' White Star Line, Largest Steamers in the World (Building)-800 Feet Long, 45,000 Tons Each." In fine condition, with trivial corner tip creases.

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Ill-Fated White Star Liner Titanic

Lot 278: Ill-Fated White Star Liner Titanic

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Description: Unused British 'Spithead Series' real photo postcard of the Titanic beside a much smaller boat, captioned at the bottom: "The Ill-Fated White Star Liner 'Titanic,' Struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland on her maiden voyage, & sunk with over One Thousand Six Hundred of her Passengers & Crew, Monday morning April 15th 1912." In fine condition.

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Departure at Liverpool

Lot 279: Departure at Liverpool

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Description: Unused Theochrom-Serie 164 color postcard by Th. E., L. of Germany, featuring an artist's portrayal of the Titanic departing from Liverpool, captioned at the top: "Departure at Liverpool, of the ill-fated S. S. 'Titanic' of the White Star Line which sank on her maiden trip April 15th 1912 with a loss of over 1500 souls." In fine condition, with a light crease to the left border and some mild toning and soiling.

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Titanic

Lot 280: Titanic

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Description: Unused real photo postcard of the Titanic steaming along, by Beken of Cowes, captioned at the bottom: "S.S. Titanic. Starting on maiden voyage from Southampton April 10th. Wrecked on an iceberg off Cape Race and sunk. April 14th 1912. 46,000 tons. 883 feet." In very good condition, with mild toning, a small tear to the lower right border, silvering to dark areas of the image, and mounting remnants to the reverse.

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Titanic

Lot 281: Titanic

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Description: Unused postcard depicting the colossal steamship, published by the Kraus Manufacturing Co. of New York, captioned at the bottom: "The S. S. 'Titanic'; 882 ft. long; the largest ship in the world; sunk April 15, 1912, at 2:20 A. M.; on her maiden trip; with a loss of about 1635 passengers." In fine condition. In reality, 'only' 1517 people died.

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Titanic

Lot 282: Titanic

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Description: Unused postcard depicting the enormous steamship from its starboard side, published by the Kraus Manufacturing Co. of New York, captioned at the bottom: "'The Titanic' S. S.; 882 ft. long; the largest boat in the world; sunk April 15, 1912, at 2:20 A. M.; on her maiden trip; with a loss of about 1500 passengers." Scattered creases and corner tip dings, otherwise fine condition. A revised issue of the card, which originally stated a body count of 1635.

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Triple-screw Steamer Titanic

Lot 283: Triple-screw Steamer Titanic

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Description: Unused British 'Adco Series' real photo postcard featuring the Titanic beside a much smaller ship, captioned at the bottom: "White Star Triple-Screw Steamer 'Titanic' 45,000 Tons, which sank on April 15th, 1912, with 1,500 people." In fine condition.

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The 'Great Unsinkable' Titanic

Lot 284: The 'Great Unsinkable' Titanic

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Description: Unused postcard depicting the Titanic at sea, published by S. W. Robbins of Bristol, captioned at the bottom: "The 'Great Unsinkable' Titanic," with a description of the disaster below. In very good condition, with a couple light creases, scattered toning and soiling, and light wear to the edges and corner tips.

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T.S.S. Titanic

Lot 285: T.S.S. Titanic

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Description: Unused Tuck's 'Celebrated Liner Series' color postcard, featuring a starboard side artist's depiction of the the liner on her voyage, with a White Star Line logo to the upper left, captioned in the lower left: "T.S.S. Titanic." In fine condition, with a couple trivial pencil notations to the reverse. In fine condition.

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S.S. Titanic

Lot 286: S.S. Titanic

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Description: Postcard featuring an artist's side-view image of the Titanic, captioned below: "S. S. Titanic." Postmarked April 1912 [appears to be the 11th], in New York, and bears a letter in ink, in full, "Add this to your collection. Ain't it H--- to be rich?" A few creases and light show-through from ink to the reverse, otherwise fine condition. Four days after sending this letter, the writer must have been very thankful for his inability to pay for a ticket aboard the ship.

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Belfast Launch

Lot 287: Belfast Launch

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Description: 'Real Photo Series' postcard by Walton of Belfast, featuring an artist's depiction of the Titanic before the disaster, captioned at the bottom: "The Ill-Fated White Star Liner 'Titanic,'" with a brief description of the accident. Postmarked with no legible date, presumably in Belfast, and bears a brief letter in ink, in part: "We arrived quite safe, had a lovely voyage and escaped being sea sick." In fine condition, with a few light creases and trivial rippling to the finish.

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T.S.S. Titanic

Lot 288: T.S.S. Titanic

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Description: Unused Tuck's 'Celebrated Liner Series' color postcard, featuring a port side artist's rendition of the great steamship, with a White Star Line logo to the upper right, captioned in the lower left: "T.S.S. Titanic." In fine condition, with a couple trivial pencil notations to the reverse.

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R.M.S. Titanic

Lot 289: R.M.S. Titanic

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Description: Color postcard featuring an artist's representation of the Titanic in the water, published by J. Salmon of England, captioned at the top: "R.M.S. Titanic." Postmarked August 6, 1913, in Alton, and bears a letter in ink, in part: "Just a card to let you know Miss C. goes next Wed for her holiday. We didn't hear until this morning." A light vertical crease to the left side and some stray ink to the front, otherwise fine condition.

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Among the Icebergs

Lot 290: Among the Icebergs

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Description: British 'Valentine's Series' postcard featuring an illustration of the Titanic surrounded by icebergs on all sides, captioned at the bottom: "Among the Icebergs: The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History. The White Star Liner 'Titanic,' sunk on her maiden voyage, off Cape Race, 15th April, 1912." Reverse bears a printed list of the massive ship's dimensions. Postmarked May 15, 1912, in Belfast, and bears a note in the left margin in ink, in full: "Leaving for St. Malo Friday via Southampton." Light corner tip creases and scattered soiling, otherwise fine condition.

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Among the Icebergs

Lot 291: Among the Icebergs

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Description: British 'Valentine's Series' postcard featuring an illustration of the Titanic surrounded by icebergs on all sides, captioned at the bottom: "Among the Icebergs: The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History. The White Star Liner 'Titanic,' sunk on her maiden voyage, off Cape Race, 15th April, 1912." Reverse bears a printed list of the massive ship's dimensions. Postmarked April 24, 1912, in Edinburgh, and bears a note at the bottom in ink, in full: "Thanks for letter must have posted at same time." In fine condition.

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Among the Icebergs

Lot 292: Among the Icebergs

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Description: Unposted British 'Valentine's Series' postcard featuring an illustration of the Titanic surrounded by icebergs on all sides, captioned at the bottom: "Among the Icebergs: The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History. The White Star Liner 'Titanic,' sunk on her maiden voyage, off Cape Race, 15th April, 1912." Reverse bears a printed list of the massive ship's dimensions. Unpostmarked but reverse bears a sentiment in ink dated April 22, 1912. In fine condition.

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The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History

Lot 293: The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an illustration of the Titanic alongside a much smaller ship, captioned at the bottom: "Copy from photo taken in Belfast. The Most Appalling Disaster in Maritime History. The White Star Liner 'Titanic,' sunk on her maiden voyage, off Cape Race, 15th April, 1912." In very good condition, with a crease to the lower left corner, silvering to dark areas of the image, and slightly miscut.

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Titanic: The Largest Vessel and the Largest Floating Crane

Lot 294: Titanic: The Largest Vessel and the Largest Floating Crane

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Description: Unused 'Real Photo Series' postcard by Hurst and Company of Belfast, 11 x 3.5, of the Titanic putting to sea. Caption reads, in part "The largest vessel & the largest floating crane in the world. The White Star Liner 'Titanic.'...Sailed from Southampton for New York on her ill-fated maiden voyage on April 10th. Sank after collision with an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland on Monday, April 15th and of the passengers and crew totalling 2,358 only 705 were rescued." In very good to fine condition, with scattered creases and surface marks and rubbing to finish, and mild toning and soiling to reverse.

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Iceberg: Royal Edward

Lot 295: Iceberg: Royal Edward

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Description: Unused photo postcard featuring an image of an iceberg as seen from the RMS Royal Edward, captioned at the bottom: "Iceberg Seen from Royal Edward." Scattered speckling and irregularities to the image, and light silvering to the borders, otherwise fine condition.

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Iceberg: MS Aurania

Lot 296: Iceberg: MS Aurania

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Description: Unused real photo postcard featuring a photo of an iceberg taken aboard the Cunard Line's RMS Aurania, captioned at the bottom: "IB-Taken rom R.M.S. 'Aurania.'" In fine condition, with some trivial silvering to dark areas of the image and a pencil caption to the reverse.

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Iceberg: The Steamship 'America'

Lot 297: Iceberg: The Steamship 'America'

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Description: Unused postcard featuring an oval real photo of an iceberg taken on board the S.S. Amerika of the Hamburg America Line on May 8, 1912, captioned below in German. In very good condition, with scattered overall soiling, a crease and small gear to the lower left, silvering to dark areas of the image, and mounting remnants to the reverse.

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Port Side View of Iceberg

Lot 298: Port Side View of Iceberg

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Description: Unused ARA real photo postcard of an iceberg taken from an unidentified ship, captioned at the bottom: "Port Side View of Ice-Berg, 145 ft. high." Some speckling to the image and marks to the corners from previous display, otherwise fine condition.

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Broadside View of Iceberg

Lot 299: Broadside View of Iceberg

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Description: Unused ARA real photo postcard of an iceberg taken from an unidentified ship, captioned at the bottom: "Broadside View of Ice-Berg, 300 ft. long." Some speckling to the image, silvering to the left border, and marks to the corners from previous display, otherwise fine condition.

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Iceberg 4 Points off the Starboard Bow

Lot 300: Iceberg 4 Points off the Starboard Bow

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Description: Unused ARA real photo postcard of an iceberg taken from an unidentified ship, captioned at the bottom: "Ice-Berg 4 Points off the Starboard Bow, 600 ft. long." Moderate silvering to the borders and marks to the corners from previous display, otherwise fine condition.

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