Replica of four of Titanic's keys on a double ring and brass tag with punched lettering "Binocular Box". One of these keys belonged to the binocular box on the bridge of the R.M.S. Titanic. It is unknown where the other three were used. They and the crow's nest key were inadvertently removed by Officer David Blair when he left the Titanic and was replaced by Henry Wilde.
It is interesting to note that the binoculars owned by Ttianic's original Second Officer David Blair were one of the few instruments known to have Titanic's name engraved on them. A pair of binoculars were issued to each officer, and when the officer was on duty they were stowed in a teak box located on the bulward of the Bridge wings.
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