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    A violin being investigated that may have belonged to Hartley, or possibly played by him on Titanic.

    For the first and ONLY time in the U.S., you can see the long-lost Titanic Violin on display at the Titanic Museum Attraction. This iconic artifact belonged to Titanic band leader, Wallace Hartley.

    Mr. Wallace Hartley Bandmaster on the Titanic

    The violin and the artifacts that belonged to Wallace Hartley, the bandmaster of the Titanic which were found and returned to his fiancee, Maria Robinson.

    Wallace Hartley with his violin.

    Titanic band player Wallace Hartley's violin

    Silver plate on the violin played by bandmaster Wallace Hartley as Titanic sank. After years of careful research & scientific analysis, it was authenticated. The owner found it in a leather luggage case monogrammed “W. H. H.” while looking thru his mom’s belongings. She was a musician and a letter was found inside the case from violin instructor, who gave it to her. Also inside was Hartley’s silver cigarette case and a signet ring.

    Water-stained violin proven to be the one that played Nearer my God to Thee by brave bandmaster as the Titanic sank Violin belonging to Wallace Hartley expected to fetch six-figure sum.

    Water-stained violin proven to be the one that played Nearer my God to Thee by Wallace Hartley as the Titanic sank is found. It is the instrument that he played as the ship went down in the Atlantic, and that he later used as a buoyancy aid once Titanic went down. More to read on the page

    The band that played for the Titanic

    Wallace Hartley. Violin

    More than 100 years after Titanic sank, this violin has been confirmed as the one that played as the ship went down.

    The Titanic Violin Found ~ this is incredible~~~

    little girl, big violin

    The Titanic




    Soldier playing the violin on a tank. WWI

    +~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ violin player. Avesta, Sweden.

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