This wooden folding chair arm rest is believed to have come from the remains of a floating Titanic deck chair recovered by one of the vessels sent from Canada's Eastern shore to search for and recover victims of the R.M.S. Titanic disaster. The arm rest was found in Nova Scotia, Canada. It matches perfectly in dimensions and design with the arm rests on a R.M.S. Titanic deck chair in the collection of the Manitoba Museum of the Titanic (owned by Titanic Concepts Inc.) in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. It is our opinion that, given the location from which this relic originated, the condition of its components and given the close match to the Titanic Concept's chair that it is very possible that this arm rest once was part of a salvaged Titanic deck chair which was brought to Halifax as a souvenir by one of the crew members on board one of the ships sent to recover the bodies from the Canadian Maritime provinces.