Who does not know the tragic story of the Titanic? People all over the world have become acquainted with the Titanic, especially since a movie was named after the ship from Hollywood in 1997. As soon as the name is uttered, a sigh comes and settles in the softest place of the mind.
Let me remind you that on the night of April 14, 1912, that is, what happened on April 15, the Titanic sank. Before the ship sank, none of the experts gave any thought to the possibility that the ship might sink.
The Titanic sank. But that did not end the Titanic-related discussion. And the events of the auction were added to this discussion. Some of the Titanic's survivors, or the Titanic-explorers who somehow managed to escape death, found the Titanic too heavy for their auctioneers.
In the Atlantic Ocean, where the Titanic lies, there have been numerous expeditions. However, in 1975, US-French explorers first found the Titanic at the bottom of the ocean. The expedition was led by Robert Ballard and Jean-Louis Mitchell, who had been searching for hidden treasures at sea. More than 5,000 items have been recovered so far since they found the Titanic underwater. We can't give a list of these five thousand products, we can only say that some of them have been put up for auction. We will talk about that auction now.
Edmund Stone was the first class steward of the Titanic. He had a watch in his hand. The watch was sold at auction for 1 lakh 54 thousand dollars. This watch has a specialty. The clock is fixed at 2:16 pm. It was at this time that Edmund Stone was buried with Salil.
Wooles Hartley was a member of the Titanic's orchestra. There is a golden scene in the memory of those who survived. While the Titanic was sinking, the orchestra was still playing to keep the ship's passengers in good spirits. The melody was floating from their instruments until they drowned themselves. Hartley loved his violin very much. Two years before the Titanic tragedy, his girlfriend presented the violin to Hartley. Hartley did not lose this violin even at the time of his death. Hartley's violin has sold for লাখ 900,000 at an auction in London.
A businessman named George Tulok was busy with any item he found on the Titanic. He spent 20 million or 20 million dollars on this work. He has also collected every penny in Karaya-Ganda and has made huge profits. There is nothing rescued from the Titanic that he did not sell. He even sold the pieces of coal found there in beautiful little eye-catching boxes.
Now let's say a story of 2009. The British Nealghar 'Henry Alriariz and San' is a woman named Milvina Dean in the auction that year. At that time Milvinner was 97 years old. Say, Milvina was among the passengers of Titanic. He was two and a half months old in 1912. But after having such a story behind these things, this belongings of Milvina were not being sold at auction. These old things wanted to sell old things to provide the cost of being. When selling was not being sold, one of the participants in the auction took the title of two and a half month old girl who was sparked in the telephone, the thine. He bought it in one and a half thousand pounds. Then he gave that money, with his baggin returned to Milvin as a gift. In 2006, there were many bronze memorabilia in New York's Auction Auction. One was written in 'SS Titanic', in another 'Liverpool'. This memorandum of a great stir in the collectors. In the end, the first was sold at 72 thousand dollars and the second was 60 thousand dollars. Do not think that everything in the Titanic has been sold at auction. Something has been stolen. In 2001, Titani was exhibited in Titani in the Tennessey of Tennessee in Tennessee in 2001. From that exhibition, the thief's team titanic disappeared 9 paper money and 10 coins.