A collection of three framed Marconigrams, RMS Titanic  5.5x8ins.(14x20cm)each. 3
Lot 2027
[TITANIC] Three Marconi messages between R.M.S. Titanic and R.M.S. Olympic
14 April 1912 5-1/2 x 8 in.(14 x 20 cm.) each. 3
Sold for US$ 15,000 inc. premium
Lot Details
[TITANIC] Three Marconi messages between R.M.S. Titanic and R.M.S. Olympic
14 April 1912
Messages (2-4), including the message where Captain Smith says they are putting the passengers into small boats.
2.(Titanic to Olympic)
To: OLYMPIC
11.20 PM N.Y.T. EXCHANGED SIGNALS WITH THE TITANIC. HE SAYS TELL CAPTAIN GET YOUR BOATS READY AND WHAT IS YOUR POSITION.

3.(Olympic to Titanic)
SENT TO TITANIC AT 11.35 PM. N.Y.T.
To: COMMANDER TITANIC
4.24 AM G.M.T. 40.32 N 61.18 W. ARE YOU STEERING SOUTHERLY TO MEET US. HADDOCK.

4. (Titanic to Olympic)
To:
11.40 PM N.Y.T. TITANIC SAYS TELL CAPTAIN WE ARE PUTTING THE PASSENGERS IN SMALL BOATS.
11.45 PM. N.Y.T. ASKED THE TITANIC WHAT WEATHER HE HAD HE SAYS CLEAR AND CALM.
5-1/2 x 8 in.(14 x 20 cm.) each. (3)

Footnotes

  • Literature:
    John Booth and Sean Coughlan, Titanic - Signals of Disaster, White Star Publications, Wiltshire, UK, 1993, pgs 160-161.
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