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UNSEEN UNUSUAL UNEQUALLED ARTIFACTS & OTHER ACQUISITIONS


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UNTIL TODAY NOT DOCUMENTED IN ANY BOOK, NOR MUSEUM, NOR COLLECTION !
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namur vedette maas meuse photo card titanic 1912

Boat is labeled 'Titanic'. Bridge in background was partially destroyed in 1914 (WW1), restored in 1922-1923.

Namur, Belgium : 'Titanic' open boat cruise, promo card (1922)

Size: 10.2 x 14.7 cm (4.0 x 5.8 in)

NEVER SEEN !  NUTS !  TITANIC 10TH ANNIVERSARY JOY ON RIVER MEUSE !

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reese brass lockedge stencil letters adjustable cargo baggage titanic 1912

S.W. Reese patented his S-fold lockedge stencil in 1876; manufacture till the 1950s (design hardly changed).

7-letter brass paint stencil, used for marking the cargo/luggage

Size: 7.6 x 28.5 cm (3.0 x 11.25 in)

UNSEEN !  SURELY THE ONLY 1 EXISTING !  SOUTHAMPTON DOCKHAND LEGACY !

Incredible find !  Its significance and overall value can not be overstated !

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sand castle postcard wareham littlehampton rppc real photo postcard titanic 1912

Tip of 1st funnel is only just visible. Note the UK flags aside some paper tag with text unreadable (too faint).

Sand castle contest, with sinking Titanic, real photo pc  c1912

Size: 8.8 x 14.0 cm (3.5 x 5.5 in)

UNSEEN IMAGE !  FASCINATING DOCUMENT OF 'TITANIC' IN EVERYDAY LIFE !

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reverse glass painting diamond shape pre sinking titanic 1912

Back of glass partially hand painted, also using mother-of-pearl. Then glued onto velvet-covered cardboard.

Titanic reverse glass painting iconic souvenir, pre-catastrophe

Size (H x W): 35 x 35 cm (14 x 14 in)

NEAR IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND !  SOLD IN BARBER SHOP ON TITANIC & OLYMPIC !

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affectionate remembrance souvenir sheet poetry music titanic 1912

1912 machine copy. Skillful typesetting and graphic design. Ship picture is also seen on the 'paper napkin'.

Souvenir sheet with texts and poetry on the disaster, UK 1912

Size: 28.9 x 22.3 cm (11.4 x 8.8 in)

INCREDIBLY SCARCE !  ISSUED FOR FUNDRAISING AND/OR A GATHERING !

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chicago examiner rppc souvenir real photo postcard titanic 1912

"Taken on the night of April the 16th 1912 Souvenir of (Titanic) disaster". Chicago newspaper of that evening.

Private real photo pc (USA) : red hot record from 'the day after'

Size: 13.9 x 8.8 cm (5.5 x 3.5 in)

NEVER SEEN !  MOST UNUSUAL POST-SINKING POSTCARD WITHOUT DOUBT !

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blind evangelist e h smith souvenir leaflet song music titanic 1912

Photo shows Titanic at Belfast, N-Ireland. Mr. E.H. Smith lived at "82 Lennox Road, Hillsborough, Sheffield".

Memorial song sheet, by 'The Blind Evangelist' mr. E.H. Smith

Size: 25.4 x 15.7 cm (10.0 x 6.2 in)

NOT SEEN ANOTHER !  ULTRA RARE SURVIVOR OF THROWAWAY EPHEMERA !

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cherbourg france real photo postcard rppc carte postale rare rarest most valuable titanic 1912

Known image, but 1st seen postcard! "10 avril 1912. Le Titanic de passage à Cherbourg. Coulé le 15/4 1912".

CRAZY SCARCE ACQUISITION ! A NEVER SEEN & SINGLE KNOWN POSTCARD OF TITANIC AT CHERBOURG !

cherbourg france real photo postcard rppc carte postale rare rarest most valuable titanic 1912

"Titanic photo du me[r]credi 10 Avril 1912, 7 heur du soir". The (partial) postmark is likely from 19 April 1912.

INSANELY RARE POSTCARD OF TITANIC AT CHERBOURG ! 1 OF JUST 6 KNOWN TO EXIST UNTIL THIS DAY !

Titanic en route anchored at Cherbourg, 1912 real photo pc (2x)

Size: 8.9 x 13.9 cm (3.5 x 5.5 in)

UTMOST UNKNOWN !  TWO MOST RARE & SPECIAL & VALUABLE TITANIC RPPC !

Wednesday 10 April 1912 at noon Titanic departed from Southampton for New York on her maiden voyage. This departure however was delayed by about an hour because of a near-collision. When Titanic moved away from the dockside, the huge water displacement from her 3 propellers caused all 6 mooring ropes of SS New York to break and a collision was avoided by about only 4 ft (1.2 m). Perhaps roughly 5 hours later, around or just after 6:30pm, Titanic reached the first of two stopovers: Cherbourg in Normandie (France). As this port was not equipped to accommodate ships of this gigantic size, Titanic dropped anchor just off shore. Roughly 275 Cherbourg passengers who had been waiting for about an hour were transferred to Titanic by two White Star Line tenders (ferry boats). Subsequently some 23 passengers disembarked and the tenders transferred them, as well as mail and cargo, to the dockside. About 1.5 hours later, just past 8:00pm, not long after sunset, Titanic raised anchor and set off for Queenstown in Ireland where she would arrive the next morning around 11:30am.

Both these postcards are an actual photographic print of a negative, thus showing great detail, which was produced either that very same "Cherbourg" day, 10 April 1912, or the following day. On the back the linings and generic texts are applied by printing press. A real photographic postcard (RPPC) in most cases is (extremely) rare, as not too many quality prints could be obtained from the negative. Furthermore, for higher print runs the printing press was the better and cheaper way for reproducing images. Only few photographs exist of Titanic en route, meaning the two stopovers: Cherbourg (France) and Queenstown (Ireland). The bulk of photographs however depict the ship at and near Belfast (2 April: sea trials) and of course at and near Southampton (3-10 April), but then again that is not really to be considered Titanic en route. Until now only two different photographic views of Titanic at Cherbourg are known to exist; occasionally these are seen in French period newspapers, and in these two exceedingly rare real photographic postcards. This rarity of only two known photographic views is not surprising, since the stopover was in the evening and off the coast and only for 1.5 hours. (From those two photos, also a heavily touched up version was created, showing Titanic with "lights" during "night". One of these two altered photos was also issued as a regular (printed) postcard; that is the one derived from my postcard's photograph having the postage stamp affixed bottom right. Also that postcard with the touched up ship image is extremely rare, extremely difficult to come across.) ... more

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