Considered to be the Holy Grail of Titanic and ship
cards. This is a scarce 1909-1911 pre-sinking Cadbury's
Chocolates Titanic/Olympic set of one card, produced
in England to publicize the "largest steamers in
the world" that were simultaneously under construction.
The ship on the card is nameless and is meant to represent
both ships as was frequently done since they closely
resembled each other.
the only trade card known to show the Titanic prior to
its sinking and one of the few pictures to be shown in
color. Relatively unknown to the card-collecting hobby,
it has the potential to be a highly priced non-sports
card as the value continues to rise.
sensitive card is almost always seen in poor quality.
Below are examples of how it is typically found. Although
this may possibly be one of the largest known collections
of Cadbury Titanic cards (not all shown), it is still
rare and even these collector-grade cards have a solid