On the night of April 15, 1912, the world's largest sailing vessel, the RMS Titanic, sank in the North Atlantic. Halifax, Nova Scotia, played a prominent role in the recovery and burial of the bodies from this epic tragedy.To commemorate the 100th anniversary of this event, I have designed a special pen and photographed significant “Titanic” sites in the city of Halifax.
Visit Titanic Story to view another side of this story.
The black acrylic, Churchill styled pen is a light weight rollerball or fountain pen with chrome accents and a classic look. A beautiful pen to write with.
Have a look at other historical ships.
Rollerball or Fountain Pen $125
Site of Snows Funeral Home 1912
Stained Glass windows in Snows Funeral
Titanic Burial site Fairview Cementary
Titanic site grave stones
Unknown childs grave site since identified
Not the J. Dawson from the movie