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      Artifacts From Titanic Wreckage | Titanic Wreck Titanic Perfume Bottles – Titanic Universe

    • Beth Hoffman

      Adolphe Saalfeld was a perfume maker from Manchester, England. At the age of 47, he boarded Titanic as a first-class passenger. He carried with him a leather satchel filled with perfume samples. He may have planned to sell his perfumes to fashion boutiques and department stores in New York Adolphe Saalfeld survived the sinking but left his samples behind. Of the 65 vials that Saalfeld packed in his luggage, 62 have been recovered. These perfume vials have never been on public display.

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