Friday, January 31, 2014

A Violin From the Titanic Sold for 1.45 Milion Dollars

At an auction, a violin that was believed to be played on the Titanic has been sold for 1.45 million dollars. The bidders name, who won the violin, is not mentioned.

The violin was found over a week after the Titanic sank, right next to the musician who played it.  The violin is now unplayable.  The violin was made made in Germany.  The person who won it says that it's a cool part of history.

The musician is very brave and so are the rest of his band mates.

Written By:  Claire P.

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