What just might be the world’s oldest cracker is certainly the most expensive. At 103 years old a lone biscuit that survives on a lifeboat from the Titanic will find it’s fate at an auction on Oct. 24. The Auction which will feature Titanic, Hindenburg and Icons of the 20th Century” auction hosted by Henry Aldridge & Son later this month, has estimated the cracker will sell for $15,300 to $18,406.

The Daily News writes:

It was a part of a survival kit on the lifeboat James and Mabel Fenwick, honeymooners on the Titanic, took to safety, the auctioneers said. Of all the items being auctioned from Fenwick’s collection of Titanic memorabilia, including their journals and photos, the cracker is the most valuable.

It’s described as “extremely rare” and possibly the last of its kind, the auctioneers said. At 3.5 inches by 4 inches, the cracker is worth at least $1,092 per square inch.

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Supporters of the cracker are now demanding a remake of James Cameron’s tragic film which depicts almost zero crackers and just a lot of white people.

 

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