Rare Titanic artifacts set for auction
A new collection of artifacts from the RMS Titanic, which sank beneath the Atlantic 100 years ago, is set to hit the auction block in December.
Titanic sails AP file
April 10, 1912: The Luxury liner Titanic departs Southampton, England, for her maiden Atlantic Ocean voyage to New York.
Full Titanic wreck site mapped AP
This composite image, made from sonar and more than 100,000 photos taken in 2010 from by unmanned, underwater robots, shows a small portion of a comprehensive map of the 3-by-5-mile debris field surrounding the stern of the Titanic on the bottom of the North Atlantic Ocean.
(AP Photo/RMS Titanic Inc.)
A stunning cobalt blue demitasse cup and saucer designated for the Titanic.
Unbelievably rare, a Titanic lifeboat flag removed by a Carpathia passenger before reaching port.
The ships highest ranking surviving officer recounts his final words with Dr. Simpson and other officers: "We merely exchanged the words, 'Goodbye, old man.'" This occurred shortly before the end.
RR Auction expects this photograph, which the auction house says shows the iceberg that sank the Titanic, to sell for $8,000 to $10,000 when bidding closes on Sunday Dec. 16.
On board Titanic, the day before departing from Southampton, the ships assistant surgeon Edward Simpson makes a tragic decisionfinalizing his White Star Line transfer.
Titanic Deck Chair, perhaps the rarest and most coveted of Titanic relics, one of only seven deck chairs known to exist.