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A grief-stricken Madeleine Astor captured by a newsman's camera. Below, right: Newsies hand out papers announcing the Titanic Disaster, subheaded "Mrs. Astor Is Saved" . . . as if she were the only person among 1,514 dead who really counted.
China from Titanic's Captain's Table This china saucer, made by Spode, may be one of the rarest pieces of modern day china. It uses an extraordinary amount of cobalt blue and gold decoration. Only 190 pieces of this pattern were ordered by the White Star Line exclusively for Titanic. Only six pieces are known to exist. It is believed that this china was made for the Captain's table.