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#196 - Titanic

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First generation photo of a Titanic lifeboat rescue
Description                           Estimate: $1,600+          

Original first-generation matte-finish 4.25 x 3.25 close-up photo of Titanic Emergency Lifeboat No. 14. The photograph, taken by Carpathia passenger Louis M. Ogden on the morning of April 15, shows a dramatic downward perspective of the lifeboat as it floats alongside the Carpathia, with the majority of the passengers already safely aboard the ship. In fine condition, with general overall fading. Ogden was a New York socialite aboard the RMS Carpathia during the Titanic disaster who helped to photograph, document, and assist the survivors. This was among the thirty images he captured that day.


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