Titanic and Transport Memorabilia Auction
on Saturday 20th October 2018
On view:
Friday 19th October 10am-4pm
Saleday 9am to 12.30pm
Sale commences at 1pm
Lots: 144-182 of 182
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Lot 144
R.M.S. TITANIC: Unusual Titanic memorial fund raiser concert programme held London Hippodrome Tuesday April 30th 1912. Printed over ninety-six pages.

Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 145
R.M.S. TITANIC: Unusual German postcard showing Titanic in stormy seas, White Star promotional brochure advertising sailing dates listing her maiden voyage on March 20th 1912. Plus an in memoriam song sheet (3).
Estimate:  £150 - 250 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 146
R.M.S. TITANIC: Unusual lithographic poster for The Country Boy (Russell-Morgan, 1910). Stage Production Poster from the production of Henry B. Harris' Comedy Success, "The Country Boy", by Edgar Selwyn. NB Henry Birkhardt Harris was a Broadway producer and theatre owner who died in the Titanic disaster, He was President of the Henry B. Harris Company, and the Director of Theatre Managers of Greater New York. 20½ins. X 28ins.
Estimate:  £150 - 250 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 147
R.M.S. OLYMPIC/TITANIC: "Engineering" an illustrated weekly journal Volume XCL from January to June 1911, 872 pages. Edited by W.H. Maw & B. Alfred Raworth shows page 678-680 plates Olympic/Titanic, page 789 Olympic, page 792 Olympic. 10½ins. x 14ins.

Estimate:  £200 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 148
R.M.S. OLYMPIC/TITANIC: "Engineering" an illustrated weekly journal Volume XC from July to December 1910 edited by W.H. Maw & B. Alfred Raworth. Includes among others page 14-15 Quadrant Davit, page 564-572 Olympic & Titanic, page 620 plus 2 plates Olympic, page 693-695 plus plates Olympic 910 pages. 11ins. x 14ins.

Estimate:  £200 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 149
R.M.S. TITANIC/OLYMPIC: "The Engineer" hardbound volumes CXI from January to June 1910, July to December 1910 and January to June 1911, showing the following in supplement Olympic launch, page 209 Olympic fitting-out, page 210 Olympic steam steering gear, page 211 Olympic boiler room, page 212 Olympic condenser and steering engines, page 213 Olympic electric generating set, page 214 Olympic main feeder panel and funnel, page 215 Olympic main switch, page 220 supplement Olympic boiler rooms, engine rooms, engine & turbine room, turbine rotor, turbine casing, page 559 Titanic launch (text), page 567 Titanic launch (incl. 4 photos), page 575 Titanic launch , 686 pages. 12ins. x 16ins. (3).

Estimate:  £240 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 150
‡ R.M.S. TITANIC: Souvenir post-disaster in memoriam handkerchiefs dedicated to those who lost their lives in the sinking/disaster (2).

Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 151
‡ R.M.S. TITANIC: Souvenir post-disaster in memoriam handkerchiefs dedicated to those who lost their lives in the sinking/disaster (2).

Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 152
R.M.S. OLYMPIC: Commander William Marshall related telegrams dated May 29th and May 30th 1930. The first relating to his funeral wreaths from the R.M.S. Olympic's Social Club and the other from her captain and officers. The second a reply to the above mentioned. Framed and glazed.
Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 153
WHITE STAR LINE: 1877 Hardbound volume "The White Star Line" Official Guide - United States Mail Steamers - Ismay, Imrie & Co., London and Liverpool. The volume contains text with maps and plans, for the use of passengers visiting Great Britain and the Continent of Europe, or the United States of America and Canada. With 11 illustrations of Britannic, Germanic, Baltic and general information about the White Star Line, 501 pages, green cover with gilt logo and text. 6ins. x 9ins.

Estimate:  £240 - 300 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 154
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Exceptional double exposure photograph taken on the morning of April 12th 1912 of the S.S. Californian, the controversial mystery ship.

Estimate:  £800 - 1200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 155
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Original photo negative of S.S. Birma taken by the Fenwicks from the deck of the Carpathia on the morning of April 15th 1912. 5½ins. x 3½ins.

Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 156
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Original negative from the Fenwick archive showing Gibraltar taken from the Carpathia, Mabel Fenwick onboard Carpathia and a Carpathia passenger playing quoits. 5½ins. x 3½ins.

Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 157
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Original negative and photograph taken from the Carpathia on the Titanic rescue voyage of Pier 34 in New York. 5½ins. × 3½ins. plus another of Mabel and James Fenwick on the deck of the Carpathia on the Titanic rescue voyage. 5½ins. × 3½ins. (3)

Estimate:  £400 - 700 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 158
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Rare original negative of the Russian East Asia liner S.S. Birma taken aboard the rescue ship Carpathia on the morning of April 15th 1912. 3½ins. × 5½ins. The photo was taken by Mabel Fenwick, a newlywed passenger on Carpathia headed to the Mediterranean
with her husband, James when their ship diverted to rescue Titanic's survivors. The Birma was about half the length of Titanic at just over 400 feet, with a single funnel and four masts. The ship was en route to Russia when she received Titanic's distress call and steamed towards her position about 100 miles away. On arrival, Birma's wireless operators found it difficult to obtain information from Carpathia as evidenced by Birma's procés verbal log which Henry Aldridge & Son had the privilege of selling several years ago for over £30000. Birma searched the area for survivors but finding none and having observed Carpathia's departure, discontinued its search.

Estimate:  £350 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 159
R.M.S. TITANIC - FENWICK ARCHIVE: Negatives from the Fenwick archive showing ice floes from the deck of the Carpathia and a superb photo of James and Mabel Fenwick on the deck of the Carpathia. 5½ins. x 3½ins.

Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 160
R.M.S. TITANIC: Rare artist drawn pre-sinking colour postcard with pre-maiden voyage postmark Plymouth March 19th 1912.

Estimate:  £500 - 800 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 161
‡ R.M.S. TITANIC: Dieges Clust bronze Carpathia medal in a period box with replacement blue ribbon. NB A series of bronze, silver & gold medals were awarded to the crew of the Carpathia in recognition of their bravery and dedication for saving lives of survivors of the ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic.

Estimate:  £1500 - 2500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 162
R.M.S. TITANIC: Important photographic archive belonging to R. D. "Westy" Legate 4th officer of the C.S. Mackay-Bennett, a cable laying ship that took part in the recovery of over 300 bodies of those lost on the Titanic, including that of bandleader Wallace Hartley. Material relating to the Mackay Bennett and this chapter in her history is extremely scarce. However this archive comes directly from an officer onboard during the Titanic recovery mission, making it exceptionally important.

Principal an original photograph of Titanic victims onboard the deck of the Mackay-Bennett. Rev. Hind can clearly be seen in the foreground conducting a burial service and crewmen can be observed consigning a body into the ocean. A canvas bag for body number 177 can clearly be seen. This photo illustrates the horrific conditions that would have been experienced on deck. Handwritten notation to border. Reverend Hind presided over 166 bodies buried at sea aboard the Mackay-Bennett. He indicated that for each body, he would offer the same prayer: For as much as it has pleased Almighty God to take unto Himself the soul of our dear brother departed, we therefore commit his body to the deep to be turned to corruption; looking for the resurrection of the body (when the sea shall give up her dead) and the life of the world come, through Jesus Christ our Lord, who shall change our vile body, that it may be like unto His glorious body, according to the mighty working whereby He is able to subdue all things to Himself.
Despite the number of bodies buried at sea, visual records of the burial and service, such as this photograph, are almost non-existent, even in period publications. Reverend Hind found it curious that White Star would have chartered the Mackay-Bennett to recover the bodies while not sending a company agent to accompany the vessel. This was the case for all the vessels chartered by the company for this purpose. Body No. 177, the number which can be seen stencilled onto the canvas bag in the image, pertained to crewman William Peter Mayo. 4½ins. x 4ins.
The photograph is contained within a period album of personal and other marine images. The archive also includes a number of photographs of Legate. two in uniform (11). includes two albums full of photographs. A superb collection.

Estimate:  £5000 - 8000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 163
R.M.S. TITANIC: Period iron rivet head engraved "R.M.S. Titanic 1912" around White Star motif "Lost 15 4 1912" with a floral motif. This style of item is of the type used to commemorate the loss of the Titanic at Harland & Wolff. Weight 268 grams. Approx. 1½ins. x 1¼ins.

Estimate:  £650 - 1000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 164
R.M.S. OLYMPIC/R.M.S. TITANIC: Interior promotional brochure October 1911 with buff manila cover 12ins. x 10ins. 14 pages of good photographic plates, pencil notation on front cover 'Mar 12/12'.

Estimate:  £1000 - 1500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 165
R.M.S. OLYMPIC/TITANIC: Red cover fold out cut away brochure The Central Shipping Agency, Bath. (Distressed seams).

Estimate:  £1500 - 2500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 165A
R.M.S. TITANIC: An extremely rare White Star Line calendar with impressed lettering "Olympic and Titanic, the largest steamers in the World Building". The transatlantic Southampton to New York route is advertised as are several other routes. The lot is complete with its original Liverpool Printing and Stationery Company inserts for each month that show a different image by Charles Dixon of shipping in a bygone era. An extremely early piece of Titanic advertising memorabilia.
Estimate:  £1200 - 1800 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 166
R.M.S. TITANIC: Collection of letters to Commander Charles Lightoller and newspaper cuttings all relating to the 1950s Titanic film, including typed letters from Twentieth Century Fox to Lightoller concerning his involvement in the film "Nearer My God to Thee" together with letters from literary agent Brian Gore-Booth, various sizes.
Ex. Sothebys 2nd December 2003 Lot 210.

Estimate:  £1000 - 1500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 167
R.M.S. TITANIC: A superb White Star Line Olympic & Titanic Largest Steamers in the World. A publicity booklet entitled Notes and Illustrations of the First and Second Class Passenger Accommodation on the New White Star Line Triple-Screw Royal Mail Steamers 'Olympic & Titanic', each 45,000 tons. Sixteen colour plates, including folding frontispiece of dining saloon, others for the reception room, reading and writing room, smoke room, restaurant, main staircase, verandah café, Turkish bath-cooling room, swimming bath, deck state room, single berth state room, sitting room of parlour suite, Second Class dining saloon, Second Class library, Second Class state room and Second Class promenade deck, cover colour plate by Sam M Brown, colour vignette on back cover of the White Star training ship Mersey, list of White Star fleet, 32pp, approx. 4¾ins. x 7ins. bound with red ribbon, a very fine copy, 1912.

Estimate:  £4000 - 6000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 168
R.M.S. OLYMPIC/THOMAS ANDREWS COLLECTION: Unique Hurst & Co. bookpost postcard showing the Olympic prior to her maiden voyage in Belfast with handwritten notation "with much love from Uncle Tommie 27 Mar 11".


Estimate:  £800 - 1200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 169
R.M.S. TITANIC - THOMAS ANDREWS 1873-1912: Thomas Andrews was Titanic's chief designer and one of the heroes of the disaster. His calmness and bravery as the ship sank is legendary and his actions saved the lives of countless crew and passengers on April 14th/15th 1912. Quite simply one of the finest editions of "The Shipbuilder", Thomas Andrews's personal copy of the definitive design volume relating to the Titanic. Bound by the Shipbuilder press personally for Mr Andrews in tooled leather and embossed in gold on the cover Olympic and Titanic Mr Thos. Andrews 129 pages with original pull-out diagrams and illustrations. 10ins. x 8ins.
Estimate:  £3000 - 5000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 170
R.M.S. TITANIC: Thomas Andrews's family copy of Shan F. Bullock's definitive volume "Thomas Andrews Shipbuilder" 1912 first edition. Provenance Andrews family.
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 171
R.M.S. TITANIC: Filson Young's Titanic, 1912 first edition owned by the Andrews family with handwritten notation "from Thomas Andrews's father to his elder brother John, the second Prime Minister of Northern Ireland".
Estimate:  £300 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 172
R.M.S. TITANIC: An extremely important 18ct. gold pocket watch, the case stamped no. 40198 and the Swiss level movement no. 71072 made for Tiffany & Co New York by Touchon & Co of Switzerland, the reverse with enamelled monogram AHR, the inside of the case inscribed "Presented to Captain Rostron with the heartfelt gratitude and appreciation of three survivors of the Titanic April 15th 1912 Mrs John B. Thayer, Mrs John Jacob Astor and Mrs George D. Widener." The lunch where the watch was presented to Captain Rostron is recorded in the New York Times, dated Sunday 2nd June 1912…. Captain Arthur Henry Rostron received this gold watch from Mrs John Jacob Astor at the informal lunch that she gave in his honour at her home, 840 Fifth Avenue. "A souvenir of her appreciation of what he did for her comfort and for all the survivors of the Titanic".

Estimate:  £25000 - 35000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 173
R.M.S. TITANIC: A rare sterling silver mug inscribed "To Captain Rostron As a Token of Grateful Appreciation of His Kindness on the Carpathia after the sinking of the Titanic April 15th 1912 from John B Thayer Jr", the underside marked with sterling silver marks and maker's name Bailey Banks & Biddle prominent Philadelphia Silver Smiths & Retailers 2½ins.
Thayer aged nineteen, jumped into the sea as the ship went down and managed to scramble aboard the upturned collapsible B. At dawn they managed to transfer to lifeboat twelve and were rescued by the Carpathia. It is said he didn't even notice his mother alongside in the lifeboat number four and Mrs Thayer was so numbed by cold and misery that she didn't see her son. Her husband, his father John B Thayer perished in the disaster. He was Second Vice President of The Pennsylvania Railroad and one of the millionaires travelling on the ship. This mug was purchased by the vendor alongside the Tiffany gold watch, presented to Captain Rostron by Mrs John Jacob Astor. See lot number 172.

Estimate:  £12000 - 18000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 174
R.M.S. TITANIC: Extremely rare receipt card for cargo sailing on the Titanic, dated April 6th 1912 together with a letter on official White Star Line onboard Freight Department stationery, dated April 16th 1912. Addressed to Messrs Vieror and Achelis, it confirms that after the loss of the Titanic their shipment had been lost. Ironically the stationery used is advertising Titanic as the largest steamer in the world. A superb pair of documents relating to cargo lost on the Titanic (2).
Estimate:  £2000 - 3000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 175
R.M.S. TITANIC: The Titanic fateful maiden voyage was a seminal event in 20th century history. A prevailing presumption of invincibility (unsinkability) amongst the liner's owners, builders and operators meant that the ship held a shortage of lifeboats, maintained high speeds in an attempt to make an Atlantic crossing record and disregarded iceberg warnings, all of which played a part in the disaster which claimed the lives of over 1,500 of the 2,206 passengers and crew on board. Among the fatalities were members of many of Europe's and America's prominent families, all eager to sail on the most opulent ship ever constructed. But the ship was about more than the trappings of luxury for which it is remembered; it was also intended as a means of transportation for those whose names didn't appear in any social registers. An extremely rare broadside poster advertising Third Class tariffs on the ship's return voyage from New York to Europe. It pictures a photograph of the ship, (actually pictured is the Olympic, the Titanic's sister ship, which looked practically identical and was often used for promotional material), an interior view of a Third Class cabin and the Third Class dining facility. Its scarcity can be explained in that after the Titanic sank on April 15th, 1912, White Star Line destroyed as many of these posters as they could. It is believed only a handful exist today, either in museums or private collections, one of which is on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum most recent exhibition 'Speed and Style'. This example is presented in a period oak frame with fold marks and in original unrestored condition, superb, an extremely rare opportunity.

Estimate:  £60000 - 80000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 176
R.M.S. TITANIC: Exceptional First Class menu from R.M.S. Titanic, April 10th 1912, from her first dinner after leaving Southampton. This particular example was the property of First Class Steward Charles Casswell and was posted to his wife, Hilda, from Queenstown. The menu itself bears an embossed red White Star Line burgee above gilt lettering OSNC alongside the lettering RMS Titanic. It illustrates the lavish and opulent culinary delights for First Class passengers with a total of over twenty different options for dinner. The menu has been folded and split horizontally, when Mr Casswell sent it to his wife from Queenstown on April 11th 1912. Mr Casswell perished in the disaster. Framed and glazed 6¼ins. x 4¼ins. to museum standard. Originally sold by Henry Aldridge & Son in 2002 by direct descent.
Estimate:  £50000 - 60000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 177
R.M.S. TITANIC: SIDNEY DANIELS ARCHIVE.
A unique letter written to Third Class Steward Sidney Daniels on April 2nd
1912, postmarked Portsmouth later Belfast April 4th 1912. Addressed Daniels, Stewards Department, S.S. Titanic, Belfast. Letter is written over three sides and is faded and water stained. The water staining is due to being immersed in the North Atlantic whilst on Sidney Daniels's person as he escaped the Titanic. Later newspaper accounts by Mr Daniels which are included in the lot offer the explanation in his own words. "I held onto a boat davit ready to jump overboard and I jumped into the darkness and swimming away as far as I could for how long I don't know but I found a life buoy with a man clinging to it. I held on to that for a while and as I turned back to look I could see the stern of the Titanic standing almost straight up in the air. I knew the suction could drag us down and I suggested to the other man that we moved away. He did not answer and away I went. Eventually I saw a capsized lifeboat with several men clinging to it. Standing on this I pulled myself up on the keel and sat there just out of the water".
NB. The letter documented is one of the few examples to have survived being carried by a surviving crew member. Provenance by direct descent.

Estimate:  £5500 - 6500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 178
R.M.S. TITANIC: An exceptional pair of brass lifeboat plaques from the ill-fated liner. The first depicts the White Star Line house flag with original paint and patina. The second of elongated oval form bears the letters 'S.S. Titanic'. This lot was purchased from Christie's, New York specialist maritime sale in 1999. They were catalogued as being acquired directly by a New York city policeman 1912 after Carpathia had safely docked in New York and then by descent. Lifeboat plaques from the Titanic rarely if ever come to market, with the opportunity to acquire a pair of lifeboat plaques is almost unknown. 12½ins. x 1¾ins. Burgee and name plaque 7¾ins. x 9ins. Both are mounted on period pitch pine backing board with original lot and catalogue numbers to reverse.

Estimate:  £50000 - 70000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 179
THE OTHER TITANIC: An extremely rare, uniquely extant Certificate of Discharge issued to William Edwards, following his discharge from Titanic as an able bodied seaman on January 4th, 1890. Edwards was 29 years old at the time of discharge and had served on Titanic since November 4th, 1889.
You read correctly. The original Titanic was built in Belfast in 1888. A steel-hulled steamship owned by the Ulidian Steamship Navigation Company Ltd. of 9 Station Street, Belfast, the ship was 280 feet in length and 1016 tons.
Material relating to the original Titanic is virtually unheard of; this certificate having been issued to one of her crew and signed by her captain!
A most interesting and significant artifact.

Estimate:  £1000 - 1500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 180
R.M.S. TITANIC: An exceptionally rare plan of Titanic's first class accommodation used onboard Titanic, owned by First Class passenger Helen Wilson, dated December 1911. 41ins. x 28ins. Miss Wilson boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg on 10th April 1912, travelling first class with her employers Mr & Mrs Frederic Spedden, their young son Douglas, who is best known for his Steiff bear, Polar and his nursemaid Elizabeth Burns. This plan was used by Miss Wilson onboard the Titanic and would have been her 'roadmap' around the massive liner showing her around Titanic's extensive First Class areas. Illustrated on both sides and folding down to a booklet, it is headed 'White Star Line, Southampton-Cherbourg-New York Service, First Class Accommodation', and shows the top five decks that made up the First Class accommodation and facilities such as restaurants, swimming bath, gymnasium and squash courts.

Miss Wilson and this plan escaped the Titanic in lifeboat 3 alongside her employers, Miss Burns and young Douglas. It was given to the present owner's great aunt by Miss Wilson in the 1930s. They were neighbours in Merchantville, New Jersey.
Estimate:  £12000 - 18000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 181
R.M.S. TITANIC - FIRST CLASS STEWARD CHARLES CRUMPLIN: A superb handwritten letter on Titanic stationery with White Star Line watermark, undated but written from Queenstown. He writes
"My darling

Just like to let you something am going on alright but not many passengers but hope to have a few coming home I have the Countess of Rothes is in one of my rooms I only have three taken but there better luck next time. Kiss the children for me I hope they are well also your dear self right Friday have you heard from Portsmouth well darling I have no news with all my love and kisses your ever loving hubby Chas give my love to all at home".

NB: Mr Crumplin's body was never recovered. Sold via direct descent.
Estimate:  £15000 - 20000 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 182
R.M.S. TITANIC - FIRST CLASS STEWARD CHARLES CRUMPLIN: Superb letter dated May 10th 1912 to Ada Crumplin, Charles's widow, by Roberta Maioni, First Class Titanic passenger survivor and maid to the Countess of Rothes. The letter details Mr Crumplin's actions as he helped the Countess and Miss Gladys Cherry as the ship was sinking.

Whitefriars Altadena California May 10th

The Countess of Rothes has received Mrs Crumplin's letter and writes today she sends her deepest sympathy to Mrs Crumplin in her sadness, Lady Rothes saw her husband towards the last as he came and helped her and Miss Cherry and put on their lifebelts and he was always so attentive and obliging. Lady Rothes did not see him after he got up on deck and is sure that he was helping other passengers and doing his duty with all the other magnificent men who went down on that terrible night Lady Rothes much regrets that she can give no other information concerning Mrs Crumplin's husband and can only again say with what deep sympathy she writes this letter.
The letter is sold with it's original envelope addressed to Mrs Crumplin.

Estimate:  £1000 - 1500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
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