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.
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Wedding rings belonging to Carl and Selma Asplund. The Asplund's were traveling on Titanic with their 5 children. Selma and 2 of their children, 5 year old Lillian and 3 year old Felix survived. Carl and the other 3 boys were lost. Carl's body was recovered 12 days later. The bodies of the other 3 children were never found. Carl's wedding ring was found in his pocket. After their daughter Lillian's death, her parents rings were found in a box along with other momento's from the Titanic.