Titanic Memorabilia commemorates the tragic night of April 10, 1912. 1,502 people’s lives were cut short when the Titanic struck an iceberg and sank. A blockbuster hit movie was made of the event in 1997 and now you can collect souvenirs and various other products related to this event. Some available items are just artistic copies, while others are actual authentic items from the actual event itself.
The example of available Titanic memorabilia provided by this online source shown above, is this London Herald reprint and display that also includes a small piece of authentic coal that was recovered from the wreckage. It will also come with a reprint of the original certificate of authenticity. This is display is a plastic sleeve and stand that measures 4.5 inches by 2.5 inches, and can stand up to be displayed prominently. The piece of coal sets on the outside. The size and shape of the coal will vary on each order. Click the image of the coal display shown above for more details about this or to browse through a wide selection of other Titanic artifacts for sale online.