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The Cork Examiner "Titanic Lost" 16th April 1912

The Cork Examiner dated “Tuesday Morning, April 16th, 1912”

The world stood still trying to comprehend the gravity of what they were hearing. What makes this page so remarkable is the fact that it's from The Cork Examiner as Cobh (Queenstown) in Cork was the last port of call for the great ship. Her next port of call was to be New York. As the people of Cork watched Titanic rapidly fade over the horizon, many with tears of sorrow for their loved ones who sailed away to a distant new world to create a new life in America. That was April 10th, 1912. This paper is April 16th, 1912. This page would have been read and re-read many times on that fateful day...

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Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.
 

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The Cork Examiner dated “Tuesday Morning, April 16th, 1912”

The world stood still trying to comprehend the gravity of what they were hearing. What makes this page so remarkable is the fact that it's from The Cork Examiner as Cobh (Queenstown) in Cork was the last port of call for the great ship. Her next port of call was to be New York. As the people of Cork watched Titanic rapidly fade over the horizon, many with tears of sorrow for their loved ones who sailed away to a distant new world to create a new life in America. That was April 10th, 1912. This paper is April 16th, 1912. This page would have been read and re-read many times on that fateful day...

We are delighted to present these fascinating rarities of old Ireland for you to own. 

We look forward to helping you create your own collection that can be treasured and admired by your family for many generations to come. 

Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.