Mortuary Bag No. 41 The mortuary bag on display was used to identify and safeguard the personal effects of Titanic victim Edmund Stone, Body No. 41. Stone was a 33 year old First Class bedroom Steward from Southampton. His body was found by the Halifax cable ship Mackay-Bennett and buried at sea.
Comanche Native American Warrior by Bretz of Fort Sill - Oklahoma Territory (c.1880s).
Heart-shaped Padlock Clasp Bracelet - Titanic Artifact: This charming Titanic artifact is a 9ct, yellow and rose gold curb-link bracelet. The bracelet and has a broken safety chain, but it is possible that the safety chain held a small key to unlock the padlock clasp. Based upon existing hallmarks, the bracelet clasp was made in Chester, England between 1907 and 1908. The heart-shaped padlock was fashionable in Victorian and Edwardian periods and could serve as a clasp, charm, or pendant.
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