Certainly one of the most important and self defining set pieces / props to be salvaged , it stands alone as an iconic symbol of this remarkable film and the era it depicted. This was originally obtained from Jack Cardoza , who was one of the first to salvage items from the destroyed film sets in the Mexican desert and Fernando Gamboa , the gentleman who's land the sets were dumped on. Dimensions are : aprox 36.5 " tall x 7" wide by 2 deep The piece itself is made of solid.
YOU WILL NEVER FIND A MORE IRON CLAD PROVENANCE PACKAGE. This piece was part of the staircase set and shows evidence of water submersion and damage. It was part of the set before , and during the filming of the sinking sequences.The Plaster remains tight and secure with Minor cracks present which are atypical for such a survivor from this films production. The original finish , like most salvaged pieces have worn off from exposure to the water and sunlight after the set was dumped. Only very minor touch up had been done to the plaster and these areas can be seen in the photo. This piece is mostly constructed of OAK With a plywood base. Which speaks of its prominence And placement on the set. The blocks at the top , bottom and sides are SOLID OAK. But NOTE , one side on the left is loose , and I will leave it to the new owner to glue into place. Easy to display as a wall hanging this will become the centerpiece of any movie prop collection. Perfect for a movie museum , maritime collection , or bar, or media room. LAST ONE I HAVE TO SELL. THIS IS THE REAL DEAL. The item "TITANIC MOVIE PROP Grand Staircase Newell face salvaged From The Set in Mexico" is in sale since Sunday, December 1, 2019.
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Movie Memorabilia\Other Movie Memorabilia". The seller is "icarusfalling" and is located in Palmyra, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.