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March 6, 1912: Titanic (right) had to be moved out of the drydock so her sister Olympic, which had lost a propeller in a collision with HMS Hawke, could have it replaced.Work concentrated on the Olympic to get her seaworthy which delayed the building and launch of the Titanic. One may cautiously presume that the delay proved ill fated....it was tragic luck. PD image..restored and retouched by stro-foto
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Commemorative sachet of sugar for the American Bicentennial in 1976. The packet contained a one level teaspoon of superfine white sugar and was supplied to cafes and restaurants across the USA by the Amstar Corporation of New York - a vintage nineteen seventies item for editorial use only.
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A replica of The RMS Titanic brass ship bell isolated against a white background
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10 dollar Australian phonecard featuring an illustration celebrating the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Phone company Telstra were a sponsor ('official partner' as stated on the card) - a year 2000 item for editorial use only.
Signage near the Hayward Gallery for The Southbank Centre's 2011 60th anniversary celebration of the 1951 Festival of Britain with a map and directions to the various events and venues. The graphics features the iconic image of Britannia designed by Abram Games for the 1951 event.
Old box lid for Player's Navy Cut 'Medium' cigarettes, c. 1930. This large sized cardboard box (66 mm long) featured the famous sailor logo in the centre of the design - with the word 'Hero' on his cap. Nottingham based John Player and Sons became part of Imperial Tobacco in 1901 ( there is a small image of Nottingham castle in the design - top left) - a vintage twentieth century item for editorial use only.