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    On the last day aboard the doomed Titanic, first-class passengers about to enjoy lunch were offered items such as Eggs Argenteuil, Chicken a la Maryland and fillets of brill. Now, nearly 100 years

    Last Luncheon Menu from the Titanic April 14,1912.

    • Laurie Schut

      The menu for passengers aboard the RMS Titanic for April 14, 1912. The largest ship afloat at the time, the Titanic sank in the north Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. (The New York Times)

    • Aidan Cole

      Titanic's last Lunch menu from April 14 1912 (Sold March 2012 for £ 76,000 (about $ 120,000.) - History Historical

    • Mariah Trujillo Christopher

      Titanic's last Lunch menu from April 14 1912 (Sold March 2012 for £ 76,000 (about $ 120,000.) i'd buy it. I would sell all I had to buy that hahaha

    • Jett- Jett

      On April 14, 1912, Ruth Dodge, the wife of a prominent banker, placed the Titanic's first-class lunch menu in her purse and went about her day before chaos ensued. Almost 100 years later, the menu has remained with the Dodge family ever since their ancestors survived the sinking Titanic. Little did Mrs. Dodge know that after almost a century her menu would be auctioned off for an estimated $150,000 or more.


      RMS Titanic Luncheon Menu (April 14, 1912) - check out the article at

    • Christina B

      Titanic's last First Class Lunch menu from April 14 1912 (Sold March 2012 for £76,000

    • Silja ♡

      Last Luncheon Menu from the Titanic - April 14, 1912

    • Lisa Longendyke

      Titanic Menu: First Class Menu Of Final Lunch.

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      Lunch menu from the RMS Titanic

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