Titanic was commemorated on 10 stamps with related images
The Titanic and Royal Mail are closely interlinked, as the ship was commissioned to carry mail and so the letters RMS (Royal Mail Ship) were used in the ship's name.
On 10 April 1912, when the grand new White Star Line liner set sail from Southampton on its maiden voyage to New York with 2,223 people on board, travelling among them were two British postal workers together with three counterparts from the US Postal Service. There is evidence that they valiantly tried to save the mail when the Titanic collided with an iceberg four days later, but all five individuals were among the 1,522 people who perished when she sank.
The Commemorative Sheet, according to the info got by FindYourStampsValue.com, carries ten first-class stamps, each with the 'crown seal' Smiler® stamp and a label alongside featuring a variety of images of the Titanic story, such as her construction in the dockyards, the launch, the crew, White Star Line publicity, a The New York Times headline and the public enquiry that followed the disaster. The sheet background shows the White Star Line emblem at the top and a Titanic picture below the stamps.
This is a truly glorious commemorative collection and one to be treasured for years to come.