Titanic Collectible Engine Workshop Block
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It was the greatest ship the world had ever seen. It was more than that.
The Titanic was built in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the Harland & Wolff shipyards.
On a recent research trip to the works, Walter Pfeiffer, renowned photographer and collector, visited the now disused Engine Workshop and discovered the floor on which the Titanic Engines were built and tested.
The blocks measure approx. 3x4x4 inches and are presented on a numbered, polished plate of mild steel. The block also carries a brass plate from Harland & Wolff and is wrapped in suede leather and packaged in a beautiful presentation box.
Each block carries a unique number and also comes with a numbered and signed Certificate of Authentication, endorsed and signed by the Technical Director of Harland & Wolff, Mr J. Lee.
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