A rare black and white photo of the iceberg that is believed to have taken down the Titanic is being sold by an auction house. They estimate it'll sell for more than $8,000.
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The 9.75 x 8 photo of the iceberg was photographed by the captain of the Leyland Line steamer S.S. Etonian, two days before the more than 1,500 Titanic passengers and crew lost their lives in the open Atlantic. The caption on the 100-year-old image indicates the exact position of the iceberg.
While this could be any massive piece of ice, RR Auction writes on their website the berg looks very similar to sketches drawn by Titanic crew. There are no surviving photos of the berg taken from the Titanic's deck. The iceberg in the photograph was spotted about two to three days travelRead More »from Photo of Titanic-sinking iceberg to be sold at auction