Sell Your Titanic Menu for $100,000+ & 0% Seller’s Commission
To auction, buy, consign or sell your R. M. S. Titanic menu for over $100,000 and receive 0% seller’s commission, please email Nate@NateDSanders.com at Nate D. Sanders Auction House in Los Angeles (http://www.NateDSanders.com) or phone the office at (310) 440-2982 for a FREE APPRAISAL. Thank you.
We, at Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com), have a buyer for your R. M. S. Titanic menu and can obtain over $100,000 for you, offer you an interest-free cash advance and a 0% commission at our monthly auction. Three other Titanic menu examples have sold at auction in the U.S. before.
We, at Nate D. Sanders Auction House, can obtain up to these prices or more for you immediately.
In 2015, a dinner R. M. S. Titanic menu fetched almost $120,000 at auction.
In 2014, a lunch R. M. S. Titanic menu fetched $125,000 at auction.
In 2012, a dinner R. M. S. Titanic menu in poor condition fetched over $30,000 at auction.
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Our Titanic menu buyer bought Kate Winslet’s Titanic coat from us for $164,520. Here it is:
Kate Winslet screen-worn dress coat from ”Titanic”. James Cameron directed Winslet in the 1997 blockbuster, in which she starred as the wealthy Rose DeWitt Bukater, star-crossed lover to Leonardo DiCaprio’s working class character Jack. Winslet is dressed in the pink coat during the scenes when the ship begins to sink. Staining to lower portion of silk lining due to this partial submergence during filming, else near fine. Extensive provenance includes a two year paid exhibition in a Titanic museum and write-up in the USA Today newspaper. Also with a COA from Twentieth-Century Fox, indicating that this coat was worn by Kate Winslet ”on deck during sinking scenes”, as well as an LOA from Salvador Perez, the Costume Manufacturing Foreman on ”Titanic,” confirming that this coat was screen-worn by Winslet in the film. A beautiful wardrobe piece from one of the most important sequences in ”Titanic,” the second highest grossing film of all time. Sold for $164,520.