Imported from England, the description on this unique videotape reads: "Found in a garden shed in England by a 90 year old lady where it had been lying for 86 years, this video shows the only movie film footage from 1912 ever taken of the Titanic and the only film footage of the aftermath of the tragedy"
"Never before has so much footage been put on a video. The film includes shots of the Titanic at Belfast before leaving to start the fateful maiden voyage; the ice flows where she hit the berg; the rescue ship Carpathia returning with survivors; women from New York bringing clothing to the docks to comfort survivors; a 1937 radio interview with Charles Herbert Lightoller, the most senior officer to survive, interviews with the woman who found this astonishing film, one of the Titanic survifors, and much, much more."
This amazing and highly collectible NTSC/VHS (US Compatible) format 35 minute video tape, in both Black and White and Color, is in extrememly limited distribution in the United States outside of the traveling Titanic Artifact exhibits. I am proud and excited to be able to share it with you! Perfect item or gift for any Titanic, Ship or Ocean Liner enthusiast! Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!
Released by Scholastic and Orchard Books April 1, 2007 is this spectacular 32 Page Shiney Metallic Hard Cover book all about the great ship Titanic and her fateful Maiden Voyage! From the moment you open the cover (Which looks just like a metal porthole on the outside of a massive Ocean Liner complete with rivits!) come along on an amazing and educational journey and experience life as a passenger on the RMS Titanic through the creative journal of a young boy!
There are LOADS of incredible novelty features in this unusual book which include Pop-Up and moveable illustrations, slide mechanisms, fold out maps and booklets, including a full length Titanic, actual decks that open and even details of the Sinking Titanic!
Illustrations include actual archival photographs of Titanic and her passengers, as well as color photographs from deep beneath the ocean of Titanic as she rests. Also included are beautiful color paintings and other fine illustrations. Kids and adults alike will find this book engrossing and fascinating! Perfect for parents to share with their children. Perfect for any youngster with a interest for TITANIC, her amazing history and legacy!
PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK IS NOW OUT OF PRINT AND IS A COLLECTIBLE ITEM. OUR FINAL COPIES ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION ON THE INSIDE, HOWEVER THESE LAST UNITS HAVE BEEN ON THE SHELF AND DO SHOW SLIGHT "SHELF WEAR". THE COVER IS MADE OF A DELICATE "FOIL" THAT SHOWS SLIGHT WRINKLING & WEAR A BIT MORE THAN A NORMAL BOOK COVER. WE ARE SELLING THESE "AS IS" BUT THEY ARE STILL IN ACCEPTABLE CONDITION. Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!
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For this exciting coloring book, artist Peter Copeland has dramatically recreated event s leading up to and including the monumental tragedy of the Titanic. Twenty nine realistic drawings, accompanied by fact-filled captions, depict the Titanic docked in Southhampton, England; the ship's captain and officers on the bridge, passengers dining, strolling on deck, and relaxing in the elegant first class lounge; the ship striking the iceberg, a wireless operator sending an SOS from the sinking vessel, passengers jumping into the water, survivors huddled in lifeboats , and much more.
Capturing all the excitement, drama and anguish of one of history's greatest maritime disasters, this impressive volume will delight coloring book fans with combinations of detailed, realistic illustrations and carefully researched historical information. 32 pages. Soft cover. Any distortion in image is from scanner.
The spendor and tragedy of the legendary "Titanic" captured in dramatic photo and illustration Cards by Frank O. Braynard
She was "unsinkable" - a monument to modern engineering and nautical design. But on her maiden voyage, during the night of April 14, 1912, the White Star superliner TITANIC struck an iceberg and became a legend - not for its highly publicized "indestructibility" but because of the castastrophe that took the lives of more than 1,500 passengers.
In this remarkable collection, twenty-four reproductions of historic photographs and paintings recapture the character, magnitude, spirit and tragedy of this great ship. Included are photos of the TITANIC in dry dock and on trial runs, its captain, the ship's gigantic engine and rudder, a charmingly outfitted sunroom, and a magnificent stateroom. There are also authentic photographs of grim-faced survivors aboard the rescue ship CARPATHIA and of the ship's remains on the ocean floor.
This thrilling postcard collection will fascinate collectors, historians, and anyone captivated by the splendor of ocean liners of the past. Six (6) pages of perforated removable postcards. Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!
Since 1912, the fate of the Titanic - the ship once touted as unsinkable-has gripped imaginations around the world, inspired books and movies, and compelled a long, ultimately successful search for her final resting place on the ocean floor. The finely wrought paintings on these six (6) postcards recall the magnificent vessel, from glorious start to tragic finish
Detailed, accurate depictions recreate the luxury and grandeur of the Titanic in memorable, full-color images: The proud ship under full steam, passengers relaxing on deck and decending the elegant grand staircase, the nighttime collision with an iceberg, the scramble for lifeboats, and the great liner sinking beneath the waves. perforated for easy removal, these striking cards can act not only as unique message- bearers, but can also be framed or added to a personal collection. These 4 3/16" by 5 3/4" postcards are perfect for any ocean liner and nautical memorabilia enthusiast. Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!
Among the most beautiful and imposing products of 20th-century engineering and design, the great ocean liners that traversed the Atlantic captured the hearts of Americans and Europeans alike, and found their way not only into our history books, but also into our legends and dreams. Shipboard romance flourished in our popular culture; shipboard tragedy haunted our headlines.
Now the popular maritime chronicler William H. Miller, Jr., has selected thrilling photographs of twenty-six of the most famous of those ocean liners for this delightful collections of twenty-four postcards. You'll enjoy sending mementos of these grand leviathans to family members, friends, and associates with an eye for beauty and glamour and a taste for the pleasures of travel and history. Or save these great images for the collector's value! Postcards are printed on cardboard stock and bound for your convenience in a protective cover, easily detachable and ready to mail. Miller has included informative notes and captions for each postcard and an engaging introduction o the great age of the ocean liner.
Ships included are: America, Andrea Doria, Aquitania, Bremen, Constitution, France, Homeric, Ile de France, Kungsholm, Leonardo da Vinci, Leviathan, Liberte, Lusitania, Majestic, Mauretania, Michelangelo, Nieuw Amsterdam, Normandie, Olympic, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Queen of Bermuda, Rex, Rotterdam, Titanic, and United States. Any distortion in image is from scanner.