Menu From Titanic Sells for World Record $100,000 at Auction
It’s basic knowledge that the Titanic was the largest ship ever built at the time of its ill-fated single voyage. As its name suggests, it was a big deal and its momentum gave rise to one of the highest grossing films of all time. Counting the recent 3D re-release, the buzz around the Titanic has lasted a century strong.
Now, a menu from the day the ship sank has broken a world record for an item of its type, selling for $100,000 at an auction in England. Classifying this under Cravings wasn’t an ironic gesture. The Titanic was a first-rate operation and this menu from first class sounds delicious, although an iceberg lettuce salad might have rounded out the offerings nicely.
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