Titanic Lithographic Print Signed by (16) Survivors (ca. 1...
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DescriptionTitanic Lithographic Print Signed by (16) Survivors (ca. 1980s). Vintage original lithographic print on 27.75" x 20" tipped to 31.25" x 25" backing foam core board. The print is of a painting by Edward D. Walker titled "Sea Trials Completed" and depicts the Titanic ocean liner off Belfast, April 2nd, 1912. The print is signed in the lower blank border by 16-survivors of the ill-fated ship including, Ken Mandrall,
Eva Miriam Hart, Frank (aka "Titanic baby"), Edward Ramada, Louisa Pope, B.V. Dean, Ruthie Brown (clipped signature tipped to print), Ruth Blauchard, Eleanor Shannon, Michel Nairatl, John P. Eaton and more. Signatures acquired by Bob Montaro, a collector obsessed with the legendary sinking of the grand ship. Exhibiting age, some rippling to surface, creasing, fading and handling. Backing board exhibits adhesive remnants from previous display. In vintage Good condition. COA from Heritage Auctions.
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