A pocket watch found on the body of the last victim of the Titanic to be recovered has been put up for sale.
The item, which belonged to Dumfries-born steward Thomas Mullin, hopes to attract bidders on the internet auction website eBay.
The 20-year-old, who later moved to
A crew badge belonging to Mr Mullin was sold at auction for £28,000 nearly four years ago.
The watch has a white face but has lost both its hands and is damaged beyond repair.
It comes with a certificate of authenticity and documents detailing Mr Mullin's childhood, family life and employment history.
It is being sold on internet auction site eBay by collector Paul Thorpe, from East Grinstead,
The Titanic struck an iceberg and sank on 15 April 1912, as it traveled from Southampton to
Mr Mullin, of
On 20 April 1912 reports in the
Two days later, the cable ship Minia was commissioned by White Star Line to search for bodies.
Poor weather conditions hampered the search but the crew of the ship managed to recover 17 bodies, of which Mr Mullin was the last.
He was buried at
A memorial stone still stands in
Following his death, the watch was recovered and returned to Mr Mullin's family along with his steward's badge and a leather memo pad.
However, fearing that the artefacts brought bad luck, relatives sold them for just £102.The badge alone later changed hands for a £28,000.