A postcard written by the chief radio operator on the Titanic weeks before it sank in the North Atlantic 1912 was put up for auction.
The card with a bright picture of the ill-fated ship carried the words of Jack Phillips to his sister, Elsie Phillips, in March 1912, while he waited for his first attempt to sail the ship, according to the RR Auction House in Boston.
"Very busy and working until late," he wrote, "I hope to leave Monday and arrive in Sutton on Wednesday afternoon. Hope you are well. I got news from Ethel yesterday. With my love, Jack."
The card bore the Belfast postmark, where the Titanic was built.