1912 New York Post Newspaper W Original Titanic Sailing Ad White Star Line


1912 New York Post Newspaper W Original Titanic Sailing Ad White Star Line

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1912 New York Post Newspaper W Original Titanic Sailing Ad White Star Line:
$25


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SEE PHOTO-----COMPLETE, York Evening Post (NY City) dated in March, 1912.

This newspaper contains an inside page, 5" x 4" ad for the return voyage of the ocean liner RMS Titanic from NY VCityto England on April 20, 1912. This has large type reading: "TITANIC - April, 20 (1912)" as well as the names and sailing dates of other passenger liners of the White Star Line- Olympic, Oceana, etc..

This ad was for the "never to take place" return voyage of the Titanic in that the Titanic sank on the night of April 14, 1912 after striking an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean on its maiden voyage.

The exact date in March or April, 1912 is selected at random from our inventory of this newspaper title.

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1912 New York Post Newspaper W Original Titanic Sailing Ad White Star Line:
$25

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