A 103-year-old cracker from the Titanic just sold for $23,000
Someone just turned what could be the world’s oldest cracker into the world’s most expensive cracker.
The last-surviving cracker from the Titanic in 1912 sold to a Greek collector Monday for approximately $23,000 at a British auction, according to UPI. It’s now being called the “world’s most valuable biscuit.”
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The cracker was reportedly part of the survival kit from a Titanic lifeboat and was kept by James Fenwick, who was a passenger aboard the SS Carpathia, which helped survivors of the Titanic more than 100 years ago. Read more…