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World's Largest Metaphor Hits Ice-berg

April 16, 1912: The Royal Mail Steamer Titanic, the ill-fated emblem of man's pride, took 1,500 to a watery grave on her doomed, allegorical maiden voyage. Did Jazz sink the great ship? Is the State Department being too hasty in ruling out Spaniards as suspects in ice-berg placement? Now, you can own this historic front-page replication of our great and important newspaper.

Framed and Matted 14" x 18" Print.

Standard Frame is Black Semi-Gloss Wood.

Frame Size 16.5 x 20.5". Ready to hang.