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Actual Strand of Mooring rope used to tether Titanic in Belfast 1 left

  • George Standen shipwright for Harland and Wolff who worked on the Titanic in Belfast
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Well who says all memorabilia is expensive? We are delighted to be able to offer for a pocket money price a tiny strands of the mooring rope used by Harland and Wolf in Belfast to tether the Titanic. It has come originally from the grandson of George Standen who was a Shipwright and worked on the Titanic in Belfast. He has kept the large piece of rope from which these strands are taken as a souvenir. The strands of rope are in a tiny protective plastic bag which is stuck to a montage photo 9 ½”x8” showing 4 images of the Titanic and one of the section piece of rope. All the pieces of the rope are different here is 2 examples of what they look like in their little bag maximum of 2cm long.  On the certificate of authenticity there will be an image of George Standen. Postage for the UK recorded delivery £5.95 irrespective of quantity for international sales please enquire.

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