Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Valuable Biscuit Found in Titanic Ship Was Sold Recently... Guess How Much???

A survivor from the Titanic sinking which occurred way back 1912 has been found and has been put for auction. And yes, it is a real life biscuit.
The biscuit 'Spillers and Bakers Pilot cracker' has been put up for sale recently in England to the tune of a whopping ($35,000) N7 million which has automatically made it the most expensive biscuit in the world.
The biscuit is made with just flour and water, and just 9 centimeters by 10 centimeters in size, was stored in a survival kit aboard one of the Titanic’s lifeboats.
One of the passengers on the Carpathia, James Fenwick, took the biscuit from one of the lifeboats and put it in an envelope that read: "Pilot biscuit from Titanic lifeboat April 1912”.
James Fenwick kept it as a souvenir and stored it in a waterproof envelope used for storing camera film.
The person auctioning it told Mirror UK that its incredible for the biscuit to have survived what killed over 1500 people.

The biscuit was finally sold last Saturday for the amount to a London collector.I wonder if he would eat it????