The key that could have saved Titanic?
This is a Historically accurate replica of the tag and key to Titanic's lookout tower known as the Crow's Nest. In 1912 the original Crows Nest Key was in the pocket of Titanic's 2nd Officer David Blair. He was called off the ship shortly before her maiden voyage and forgot to hand the key to his replacement, 2nd officer Charles Lightoller.
It was believed the Crow's Nest Key would have given the lookouts access to a locker box containing special large lens binoculars, Lookout Frederick Fleet later testified that if they had access to night glasses in the Crow's Nest they could have spotted the iceberg sooner. Some believe the Crow's Nest Key might have prevented one of the great tragedies in maritime history.