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Beth Hoffman
Beth Hoffman • 2 years ago

In one of the rarest finds when it comes to Titanic memorabilia, a cigar box that belonged to the captain of RMS Titanic, Edward John Smith was auctioned off last year in Liverpool, U.K. This extremely vital component of Titanic’s history fetched an astounding $39,700, thus affirming its place in the elite list of the most expensive Titanic memorabilia sold at auction.

  • Pamela Raschke
    Pamela Raschke • 1 year ago

    Although it is kind of interesting to see "artifacts" from the Titanic, I can help but wish James Cameron had claimed salvage rights in order for the gravesite of so many men, woman and children to be left undisturbed.

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