An eroded iron key to a locker on the Titanic has sold at closeout for 85,000 pounds ($104,000).

The key had a place with Sidney Sedunary, a 23-year-old ship’s steward. He was one of the 1,500 individuals who kicked the bucket when the cutting edge traveler liner stuck an iceberg and sank amid its first journey from England to New York.

The key, connected to a brass tag stamped “Locker 14 F Deck,” was sent to Sedunary’s pregnant widow after his body was recouped.

It had been relied upon to bring 50,000 pounds in Saturday’s deal by Henry Aldridge and Son in Devizes, western England.

Costs for Titanic artificats have taken off lately. In 2013, a violin accepted to have been played as the destined vessel sank sold for more than 1 million pounds.

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