The Board of Trade findings for the "Loss of the Steamship 'Titanic.'" along with a First Class Passengers list
Lot 2048
[TITANIC] Shipping Casualties (Loss of The Steamship "Titanic")
1912 13 x 8-1/2 in. (33 x 21.6 cm.) 3
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[TITANIC] Shipping Casualties (Loss of The Steamship "Titanic")
The London Board of Trade, published by His Majesty's Stationary Office, 1912
printed with blue covers [front cover damaged and separated from binding] 74pp., along with a modern photo copy (for reading) and a copy of the passenger list used during the inquiry [a later photo copy] showing the 1st Class passengers on white paper, 2nd Class passengers printed on pink paper, and the 3rd Class passengers on yellow; and noting their dispositions (Saved/Missing) and other details.
13 x 8-1/2 in. (33 x 21.6 cm.) (3)


  • More commonly known as "The London Board of Trade Findings", it is the concise report on the formal investigation into the circumstances for the loss of the Titanic in the United Kingdom. It includes the step by step process, from the description of the ship as she left Southampton, an account of her journey and the disaster, the damage to the ship, the rescue, the account of the Californian, the Board of Trade, the findings of the Court, and the recommendations for the future.
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