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RMS Titanic Premium 401 Rivet
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Date Added: 07/02/2018
Last Updated: 07/02/2018

Price : 64.99

City : Bangor

County : Co Down

Country : United Kingdom

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RMS Titanic Premium 401 Rivet - Bangor, Co Down, United Kingdom

RMS Titanic Premium 401 Rivet.

The 401 Rivet is an exact reproduction of the rivets used to fasten the

Titanic‘s massive hull plates to her frames, precise in every dimension

and characteristic. The 401 Rivet is 3 3/4? long, with a shank diameter

of 1? and head diameter of 1 3/4?. Each one weighs just over 1 pound.

Every effort has been made to ensure that these rivets are as accurate

as possible: the dimensions were provided by Harland and Wolff,

confirmed by Mark Chinrside, who is recognized world-wide as one of

today’s premier authorities on the engineering of the Olympic-class

ships; the metal composition was determined by a metallurgical analysis

done in 1998 on rivets recovered from the wreck of the Titanic–the

metal itself is AISI 1018 iron.

Now you have the opportunity to own a 401 Rivet.

The Premium Set includes the 401 Rivet  with RMS Titanic No.401

stamped on the end of the rivet, plus a hand-finished solid mahogany

display stand bearing a brass plaque along with the legend

“RMS Titanic No. 401? and an illustrated leaflet describing the history

of the rivets used in building steamships, in particular the Olympic-class

ships, as well as detailed information of the process by which the 401

Rivet is made.

“As close as you will ever get to holding a piece of the Titanic in your hand….”

 The RMS Titanic 401 Premium Rivet Set will be shipped direct from

our warehouse on the shores of Belfast Lough in County Down where the

Titanic sailed on her Maiden Voyage.

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