Titanic Display, Coal Salvaged from the Wreck, Plus Passenger Book


This display contains a genuine sample of coal salvaged from the wreck of the infamous RMS Titanic, which sank on April 14, 1912 in the icy waters of the northern Atlantic Ocean. There is color artwork of the ship and a cutout with a sample of coal. The display can be opened and the sample removed if desired for closer examination or study. This sample is legally sourced from an old collection and can be shipped to anywhere in the world. Samples like these are very rare and I only have a limited supply.

The display box measures approx. 3 x 4 x 1 inches and has a black pebblegrain finish with a glass viewing lid.

In this lot, you get the coal display plus a high-quality reproduction of a First Class Passenger Booklet. The booklet was given to first class passengers on the White Star Line vessels and includes information about ports, policies, and procedures. It's basically a rule book for passengers that tells them everything they need know. The book has 33 pages, not including the inside covers.

Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for display and is not included. You are purchasing a display like the one shown and one reproduction passenger book. Note, each coal sample is unique and may vary slightly in appearance from the example shown.