Wow, you lucky guy!Well there's no one stop shop I'm afraid. It's just a question of trawling the internet, keeping an eye on auctions and then of course EBay (beware of fake tat on there though) Its taken a number of years for me to acquire pieces in my collection from Olympic. I've got sections of panelling from the 1st class staircase, green tiles, china and silverware, a cabinet from the Pursers office and a stunning chair from her a la carte restaurant. It's all out there still but just a question of being patient and doing lots of searching! Good luck and keep us posted
Wow, you have an awesome collection! Thank you for the advice, I probably can’t make it but I do hope so to meet y’allHi Cam,
Another avid collector here. I own quite a bit of her moulding and have staircase paneling, a pillar from second class, a first class chair from the a la carte and a plate that’s actually believed to have been on Titanic and made it off the ship in Cherbourg. Auctions are a great route. The Aldrich auction dedicates a yearly auction to these things. Also Whitestarlinecollections is owned by the leaders of the British Titanic Society so I’ve done a lot of dealing with them. Great guys actually. You should come to the convention this year in 2021 we’d be happy to give ya the ropes and I’ll be giving a lecture on my miniature of the Reading and Writing Room Which they have on display. Anyway long story short auctions and like previous said, patience. I will search constantly all the various auctions including EBay ( but be wary of eBay cause I’ve seen loads of fakes on there especially silver and china) any questions feel free!