Hello, Per. On the Father Browne photo of the Titanic's stern as he is leaving the ship in Queenstown (the photo where you can see the stoker's head poking up over the fourth funnel), the sign on the port side of her stern is just visible, but not readable. However, if you have access to the book "Liners: The Golden Age" by Robert Fox, look at the photo on page 117, showing a 1920's view of the bow of Leviathan moored behind the stern of Olympic in Southampton docks. The sign is clearly visible and readable on the starboard side of Olympic's stern. Hope that helps!