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100 Years Ago Today: Titanic Leaves Southampton On Her Maiden Voyage
The Titanic Story
HL9512 - Personalized $69.95
HL8212 - Non-Personalized $49.95
The year 2012 marks the 100th anniversary of the Titanic disaster. Follow this historic story from the Belfast launch in 1911 through the tragedy of April, 1912, then the aftermath - as experienced on both sides of the Atlantic. As you page through these collections of newspaper reproductions, you'll learn the facts and details as they unfold (complete with misinformation), just like the people of the day. Bound in red leatherette, embossed in gold, choose NY Times, 157 pages or British Daily Mirror (a pictorial newspaper), 169 pages with hundreds of photographs. For optional personalization, specify name (up to 25 characters) and allow 3 weeks. No rush delivery or gift box. Specify New York Times or British Daily Mirror.
Item Number: HM2502
On April 15, 1912, the unthinkable happened when "Titanic" sank in the North Atlantic after hitting an iceberg. A century later, we're still fascinated by the tragedy. Passengers may have viewed an impressive model like this in the ticket office of the White Star Line. Lovingly detailed, meticulously crafted in wood, brass hardware, and cotton string, this large model is a commanding presence anywhere you choose to display it. Made to commemorate the anniversary of the sinking it measure 39½" long, 14" high, 6 3/4" wide. Allow 4 weeks for delivery. No rush delivery or gift box.
Building The Titanic Book
Item Number: VL6742
What possesses someone to embark on an impossible task: building the largest passenger steamship in the world? Be transported back to 1907 to trace a story of bravado, ingenuity, and ultimately, tragedy. Packed with blueprints, cross—sections and archival photographs, it's a unique perspective on the grandeur—and failure—of an incredible vessel. Hardcover; 160 pages.
New York Times Titanic 1912 Commemorative Coin Collection
Item Number: HY0622
One of the most famous New York Times Headlines in 1912 showcases this genuine U.S. five piece coin collection, minted in 1912. The Titanic headline is commemorated along with a Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny, a Liberty Head Nickel, a Silver Barber Dime, a Silver Barber Quarter and a Silver Barber Half Dollar in a satin lined box. The 1912 Liberty Nickel was the last year of issue, the Roman numeral V on the reverse of the nickel represents 5 cents. The 90% Silver Barber Dime, Quarter and Half Dollar were designed by Charles E. Barber and feature Liberty on the obverse. A Certificate of Authenticity is included. Allow 2-3 weeks, no rush delivery or gift box.
Titanic Maiden Voyage Shirts
HM3212T T-Shirt $19.95
HM3212S Sweatshirt $32.95
On April 10, 1912 the great ocean liner Titanic left Southampton England on her maiden voyage, and slipped into history. One hundred years later, she still fascinates the world. Navy shirts are printed front and back. Sweatshirts are 50/50 cotton blend, tees are 100% cotton. Adult sizes M-XXL. Imported.
Titanic Remembered 1912 - 2012 Book and DVD
Item Number: HM5622
A treasury of historic memorabilia, loaded with details, this big, intriguing book includes 30 facsimile items-blueprints, construction plans, telegrams, a US Navy ice warning, and more. -related to history's worst maritime disaster. The DVD offers first-hand accounts from survivors, rare film footage, original blueprints, safety reports, and more. Author Beau Riffenburgh is the former head of the Polar History Group at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge. Hardcover, presentationboxed, 132 pages, 250 color and B&W photos, 10 3/4" x 11 1/2".
New York Times Titanic 1912 U.S. Mint Coin Collection Framed - 5 Coins
Item Number: HY0682
The New York Times Headline, Tuesday, April 16, 1912 reports the sinking of the White Star luxury liner the Titanic, one of the most studied disasters of the 20th century. An official reproduction of the front page, five genuine U.S. 1912 coins are displayed in a 16" x 14" black wall frame. The New York Times was one of the first to report the sinking of the Titanic seen here in this official reproduction of the actual New York Times front page. This collection also contains genuine U.S. coins minted in 1912, a Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny, a Liberty Head Nickel, a Silver Barber Dime, a Silver Barber Quarter and a Silver Barber Half Dollar. A Certificate of Authenticity is included. Allow 2-3 weeks, no rush delivery or gift box.
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