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A pocket watch displaying the time ten minutes to two, which was recovered from the body of Titanic steward Sidney Sedunary, is displayed at the museum's Titanic exhibition on April 3, 2012 in Southampton, England.

Artifacts recovered from the Titanic wreckage

A pocket watch displaying the time ten minutes to two(Titanic sank at recovered from the body of Titanic steward Sidney Sedunary.

Maid's apron from Titanic survivor.

The full-length cotton apron, with lace-trimmed top, was worn by survivor Laura Francatelli on the night of the disaster.

The owner of the marmalade machine aboard the Titanic was 27-year-old Edwina "Winnie" Celia Troutt, who survived the shipwreck. In the frenzy to get on to a life boat, Troutt was forced to leave her beloved marmalade machine behind. Later, she filed an insurance claim for her lost machine.

The owner of the marmalade machine aboard the Titanic was 27-year-old Edwina "Winnie" Celia Troutt, who survived the shipwreck. In the frenzy to get on to a life boat, Troutt was forced to leave her beloved marmalade machine behind. Later, she filed an insurance claim for her lost machine.

This beautiful, silver chocolate pot would have been used on board Titanic to serve hot chocolate to the first class passengers to help warm them up on the cold days during the voyage.

Titanic Artifact: Silver Chocolate Pot This beautiful, silver chocolate pot would have been used on board Titanic to serve hot chocolate to the first class passengers to help warm them up on the cold days during the voyage.

New DNA evidence and a toddler’s shoe kept in a drawer for decades have solved the mystery of the Unknown Child from the Titanic who lies buried in Halifax. Sidney Leslie Goodwin:

New DNA evidence and a toddler's shoe kept in a drawer for decades solved the mystery of "The Unknown Child" from the Titanic who lies buried in Halifax. He was Sidney Leslie Goodwin.

Titanic jewelry on public display, beautiful jewelry collection, recovery mission, diamond, sapphire rings, brooches, necklaces, cuff links gold watch

Titanic jewelry collection recovered from a single purser’s bag found during a 1987 research and recovery mission.

Titanic Artifact: Wine bottle with WINE STILL IN IT!  Are you serious?  With the cork still holding it in...remarkable...brought up from the Titanic Wreckage ~

Titanic Artifact: Wine bottle, with wine, brought up from the Titanic wreckage.

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