Limited edition display of an actual piece of wood, .5 x .25, of a mahogany door panel from the Titanic. The panel was picked up as floating wreckage by the rescue ship Minia in April of 1912. Fragment is housed in a clear specimen box which is mounted to a 6 x 4.5 sea-green serpentine stone base along with a detailed four-inch long solid brass model of the ship, and a cast brass information plaque which reads, “An actual piece of The Titanic picked up as floating wreckage by the rescue ship Minia, April, 1912 #47/361.” In fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Eric Caren, and a 28-page forensic report, dated April 1998, documenting the artifact. RRAuction COA.
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