Titanic Document Box with 26 items from launch through memorial service
Updated November 18: Advance orders will begin shipping November 19; new orders will ship in one to two days.
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"Extremely well done and fascinating to look through, this box of documents is engrossing. It is a window into not just Titanic but the era. A person could easily spend several hours absorbing all of these documents."
— Lee Wright | Founder | The History List | History Camp | The Pursuit of History
Reproduction of 26 documents come in a black storage box with the White Star Line logo.
- Brochure that unfolds to 28" x 6 1/4": White Star Tripple-Screw Steamers - "Olympic" - "Titanic" - The largest steamers in the world," with a highly detailed cross-section of one of the ships and 12 photos on the back
- Promotional handout comparing Titanic to some of the "Greatest Buildings and Memorials of Earth," including the Bunker Hill Monument, the Grand Pyramid, and St. Peters in Rome. Includes an illustrated cross-section of the ship on the reverse.
- Transcript of Register for the Transmission to Registrar-General of Shipping and Seaman
- Ticket: Launch of White Star Royal Mail Triple-Screw Steamer "Titanic" at Belfast on Wednesday, May 31, 1911 at 12:15 pm
- Handbill: "First saiing of the latest addition to the White Star fleet - Queen of the Ocean - Titanic - Pier 10, Southampton - Wednesday, April 10," with third class rates
- Post card: Photograph of stateroom B21 on one side (color) and the captain on the reverse (black and white)
- Sign (unfolds to 17" x 7"): "White Star Line - First Sailing of the latest addition to the White Star fleet - The Queen of the Ocean - Saturday, April 20th at 12 noon"
- Post card: Titanic with an illustration and technical specifications on one side (color) and the propellors when the ship was being built on the other (black and white)
- Small card set (7, double-sided): Photos of the ship, the interior, a life raft, and notes about accommodations
- Three postard-sized photos, double-sided, showing the construction of the ship, the ship at sea, along with Olympic, and a newsboy holding a sign reading, "Titanic Disaster - Great loss of life - Evening news"
- 24 page-booklet with the list of first class passengers and information on schedules and ports of call
- Small advertisement promoting the Vinolia Otto Toilet Soap for first-class passengers
- Card: Menu for April 11, 1912, listing more than 25 choices for breakfast, including "Grilled Mutton Kidneys & Bacon" and "Lamb Collops"
- Reverse: Dinner menu for second class for April 14, 1912, listing 20 items, including "Baked Haddock with Sharp Sauce" and "American Ice Cream"
- Song sheet: "Nearer My God to Thee" on one side and a French song on the other
- Identity card: Percy Ball, Cook
- Passenger letter: Handwritten on RMS Titanic stationery and dated April 11, 1912
- Telegram: "We have struck iceberg sinking fast come to our assistance."
- Letter: Typed, from the Dock, Wharf, Riverside, and General Workers' Union of Great Britain and Ireland and dated April 19, 1912, calling for the government and the board of trade to have adequate life-saving equipment for passengers in all classes and the crew
- Newspaper (8 page, 9 1/2" x 13 1/2"): The Daily Graphic - Titanic In Memoriam Number, April 20, 1912 packed with articles and photos
- Handbill: "Titanic Disaster - Memorial Service - Battersea Town Hall - April 28th"
Created and printed in the UK.
2022 holiday dates for shipping to addresses in the United States
Throughout October: See the product page for advance order deadlines.
November 30: Last day to place an order and get a gift with your purchase.
December 15: Our recommended deadline for domestic Christmas delivery via USPS. While we can't guarantee delivery, regardless of carrier, our hope is that if you order by December 5, USPS will have be able to get orders to domestic addresses by Christmas. However, regardless of when you order, we strongly recommend UPS.
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What an awesome box of reproductions and history! Such a cool item, would be a great Christmas gift for anyone interested in Titanic History in particular!