Two original menus from the RMS Titanic have been auctioned off for a hefty price tag. The first was a first-class lunch menu from the first meal on the ship that sold for $100,000. The menu included lobsters, hodge podge and roast beef.
The second Titanic menu is not from the actual ship, but from a luncheon held in Belfast to celebrate the ship's launch. On the menu was foie gras stuffed eggs and turtle soup with wines and spirits. This menu sold for $60,000.
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