Last Lunch Menu From the Titanic Set For Auction
A menu from the last lunch aboard the Titanic in April of 1912 will be up for auction online on September 30th. The first-class lunch menu from the sunken luxury cruise is expected to fetch up to 70-thousand dollars.
A rich passenger brought the menu with him aboard Lifeboat #1, which is also known as “The Millionaire’s Boat.” That lifeboat rowed away from the sinking ship with only five wealthy passengers and seven crew members.
Newsweek reports, the menu was saved by Abraham Lincoln Salomone, a wealthy New York City businessmen. The back of the menu is signed by another Titanic First Class Passenger, Issac Gerald Frauenthal.
The Menu dated “R.M.S. Titanic April 14, 1912,” features many food options. Including, chicken Ala Maryland, corned beef, dumplings, grilled mutton chops, and pudding. There was also a buffet option that included, Norwegian anchovies, roast beef, and bologna sausage and more. The menu also included a variety of cheeses.
Other items from the Titanic will also be available online by Lion Heart Autographs on September 30th.