New York, East
8 March 2000
A 1st Class Passenger Ticket For R.M.S. Titanic
White Star Line; British, ca. 1912
This ticket, printed on a velum paper with black ink and marked with the White Star Line burgee and printed with the following text: White Star Line/Your Attention Is Specially Directed To The Conditions Of/Transportation In The Enclosed Contract./The Company's Liability For Baggage Is Strictly Limited, But/Passengers Can Protect Themselves By Insurance/First Class Passenger Ticket per Steamship/Sailing From. Further the ticket is marked in pen Rev. J. Stuart Holden/Titanic/10/4 1912.
3¾ x 6½ in. (9.6 x 15.9 cm.)
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This ticket was purchased by the Reverend Holden for his wife, and due to illness neither of them sailed on the R.M.S. Titanic.
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