Titanic Deck Bench Full Scale J Peterman


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Check this out:

http://www.titaniccollector.com/movie/6_5.html

I visited Tony Probst's showroom in Santa Rosa, California in the Spring of 2004 hoping to see the items on this website. I was very disappointed because a goodly amount of the items from the website had just been consigned to Guernsey's auction house to be sold in June 2004. I was told the bench was part of that auction.

I never followed up to see what happened to this particular bench, but that at least was a known location of a film bench.
 

Eric Longo

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Hi Jason,
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did you see a launch ticket that looked very much like the one at the Ulster Museum? ;)

Best,
Eric
 
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Hey there Mr. Eric!
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Ha!
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No, unfortunately, when I visited, almost everything listed on the website (and is still listed on that website I linked to above) was gone. What WAS still there, were a few photos of recovered bodies in coffins, a couple of vials of Titanic rust, and a few other bits that were not very exciting. VERY empty display cases lined the front walls. I was given a small card advertisement for the (then) upcoming auction, and told that if I wanted to see anything more, I'd have to bid for it in NY or on eBay. Whatever.

Oh well. I suppose that website now exists to serve as an online Titanic museum.
 

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Hiya Jason
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Hmm, I am sooo surprised! The description of that bench is rather "undecided" - it was recovered from the bottom of the sea...it was in the film...sounds a bit like other stuff "floating around" lately ;)

Best wishes,
Eric
 

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