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Titanic Gallery

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Choose from 63 pictures in our Titanic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Granger Art on Demand.


Featured Titanic Print

TITANIC: ICEBERG, 1912. The ice which sank the "Titanic." The single cross, on the left-hand side of the ice-floe, marks the spot where the ship "Birma" answered the call for help, the position for which was given wrongly. The double crosses, on the right of the ice-floe, mark the spot where the "Carpathia" picked up the survivors of the wreck

TITANIC: ICEBERG, 1912.
The ice which sank the "Titanic." The single cross, on the left-hand side of the ice-floe, marks the spot where the ship "Birma" answered the call for help, the position for which was given wrongly. The double crosses, on the right of the ice-floe, mark the spot where the "Carpathia" picked up the survivors of the wreck

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Featured Titanic Print

OFFICERS OF THE TITANIC, 1912. Standing, left-to-right: Herbert McElroy, Chief Purser; Charles Lightoller, Second Officer; Herbert Pitman, Third Officer; Joseph Boxhall, Fourth Officer; Harold Lowe, Fifth Officer. Seated, left-to-right: James Moody, Sixth Officer; Henry Wilde, Chief Officer; Captain E.J. Smith; William Murdoch, First Officer

OFFICERS OF THE TITANIC, 1912.
Standing, left-to-right: Herbert McElroy, Chief Purser; Charles Lightoller, Second Officer; Herbert Pitman, Third Officer; Joseph Boxhall, Fourth Officer; Harold Lowe, Fifth Officer. Seated, left-to-right: James Moody, Sixth Officer; Henry Wilde, Chief Officer; Captain E.J. Smith; William Murdoch, First Officer

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Featured Titanic Print

TITANIC: HAROLD COTTAM. The wireless operator of the "Carpathia" who heard the distress call sent by the "Titanic," 1912. Shown here as a student at the British School of Telegraphy

TITANIC: HAROLD COTTAM.
The wireless operator of the "Carpathia" who heard the distress call sent by the "Titanic," 1912. Shown here as a student at the British School of Telegraphy

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1912, Carpathia, Class Room, Communication, Cottam, Early, English, Harold, Interior, Maritime, Ocean Liner, Operator, Pupil, Telegraph, Titanic, Transportation, Wireless