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Chronik Welt
04/13/2012

Titanic-Speisekarte um 76.000 Pfund

100 Jahre nach dem Untergang des legendären Schiffes wurden in Südengland Erinnerungsstücke versteigert - zu hohen Preisen.

von Evelyn Peternel

epa/epa PAARCHIV - Der Luxusdampfer «Titanic» (undatiertes Archivfoto). Vor 100 Jahren lief die «Titanic» vom Stapel. Mehr als 100 000 Schaulustige reisten am 31. Mai 1911 nach Belfast, um den Stapellauf der «Titanic» zu sehen. In nur 62 Sekunden ro

Titanic Versteigerung Brief von James Paintin Captain E.J. Smiths personal steward

Titanic Auktion James Paintin Captain E.J. Smiths personal steward

Samuel Hemming was Titanics lamp-trimmer

letter written onboard on Titanic stationery from Titanics Chief Officer Henry Wilde.

EPAepa03163743 A handout picture provided by Henry Aldridge and Son auctioneers on 29 March 2012 shows a rare postal facing slip stamped Transatlantic P.O.7 April 10th 1912. O.S. Woody Titanic. This particular facing slip is stamped New York (D.P.O.) N.Y.

EPAepa03163740 A handout picture provided by Henry Aldridge and Son auctioneers on 29 March 2012 shows a rare Titanic First Class onboard luncheon menu from 14 April 1912. It is estimated to fetch 60-100,000 GBP (72-120,000 Euros) at the Titanic and White

REUTERSCurator Dawn Littler holds the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic at the opening of a new exhibition called The Titanic and Liverpool, the untold story at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool, northern England, March 29, 2

REUTERSCurator Dawn Littler uses a magnifying glass to examine the only known surviving first class ticket from Titanic at the opening of a new exhibition called The Titanic and Liverpool, the untold story at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool,

REUTERSA telegram sent from Bruce Ismay, the chairman of The White Star Line informing the ships owners of the sinking of Titanic is seen on display at the opening of a new exhibition called The Titanic and Liverpool, the untold story at the Merseyside M

REUTERSThe White Star Line logo is seen on a cup recovered from the wreck site of Titanic at the opening of a new exhibition called The Titanic and Liverpool, the untold story at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool, northern England, March 29, 20

REUTERSThe White Star Line logo is seen on a bowl recovered from the wreck site of Titanic at the opening of a new exhibition called The Titanic and Liverpool, the untold story at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool, northern England, March 29, 2

dapdFILE - In this April 10, 1912 file photo, the liner Titanic leaves Southampton, England on her maiden voyage to New York City. Five days into her journey, the ship struck an iceberg and sank, resulting in the deaths of more than 1,500 people. The firs

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