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Titanic Survivors Photograph (PSA Type I)

Titanic Survivors Photograph (PSA Type I)

Original Type I photograph capturing four survivors of the Titanic. As noted by the handwritten caption on the reverse, the man and three woman stop and pose together upon their arrival back home in Southampton. Over 1,500 people died when the Titanic sunk in 1912. The four people shown here among the approximately 700 that managed to survive. Six Brown Brothers credit stamps appear on the reverse, along with a handwritten caption. The photo (7.25x6") displays a tiny chip in the upper left corner and a few light surface wrinkles. In Very Good condition. Culled from the legendary Brown Brothers Photo Archive. PSA encapsulated as Type I Authentic.

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