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This is the moment that auctioneers Henry Aldridge and Son sold a violin, believed to have been played on the Titanic, for £900,000.
Alan Aldridge, of auction house Henry Aldridge and Son, has said he does not think any other piece of Titanic memorabilia will raise as much as the violin sold today:
I don't think this price will ever be beaten. The violin was the most iconic item we have seen and there were some very, very wealthy people bidding.
We estimated between £200,000 and £300,000 but we always said it had the potential to hit £1 million.
It is the only piece of Titanic memorabilia that has the potential to reach £1 million - it is so, so iconic.
He said that with the addition of the buyer's premium and VAT, the final price would top £1 million.
A violin believed to have been played as the Titanic sank in 1912 has been sold at auction for almost £1 million.Read the full story ›
The violin reputedly played by the Titanic's bandmaster as the ill-fated liner sank has been sold for a world record £900,000 at an auction in Wiltshire.
The previous record for a single piece of Titanic memorabilia stood at £220,000.