Titanic Centennial - Save $2.95

2012 Tin Can Island Mint Sheet of 4 & Sheet of 2

At the time of its launch in 1912, it was the largest ocean liner ever built and was deemed "unsinkable". Packed with over 2200 passengers and crew, including immigrants as well as some of the world's wealthiest people, it struck an iceberg five days into its maiden voyage and sank in the cold North Atlantic, taking 1500 lives with it.

This set from the Pacific island of Niuafo'ou (Tin Can Island) marks the 100th anniversary of the tragic disaster and shows views and statistics of the Titanic, along with the RMS Carpathia, the first ship to reach the site of the disaster and which rescued 705 survivors. Not only do you save $2.95 off our regular price, you save $13.50 off its $20.50 catalog value! (#288-89)

Sheet of 4 Measures 8½" x 6"
Sheet of 2 Measures 4 5/8" x 3½"

Titanic Set of Two Mint Sheets – Regularly $9.95
Kenmore Online Special Only $7.00

Regularly $9.95 Special $7.00
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