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Remember back in 1997 when every 12-year-old girl had one of these?  I might just bring mine back for the re-release of "Titanic."

"The Heart of the Ocean" This Ocean Diamond Necklace is probably the most famous necklace in movie history. The Heart of the Ocean Diamond Necklace worn by Kate Winslet in the movie Titanic is a piece of cinematic history.

Captain Edward Smith of the Titanic and his beautiful Borzoi which was saved.

The Titanic’s Captain Smith, holding a Russian wolfhound called Ben, named for industrialist Benjamin Guggenheim, who gave the captain the dog as a gift for his daughter. But Ben never made the journey, as he disembarked before the ship sailed.

Thomas Andrews, designer of the titanic from Belfast, Ireland. Ticket #112050. Cabin number: A-36. Embarked at Belfast as part of the 'titanic guaranee group'. Andrews was lost in the sinking, his body never being recovered.

Thomas Andrews, designer of the titanic from Belfast, Ireland. Ticket Cabin number: Embarked at Belfast as part of the 'titanic guaranee group'. Andrews was lost in the sinking, his body never being recovered. Built by Harland & Wolff

Titanic’s rudder, there’s a man in the photo to show the scale of it. It took me so long to spot him!

View of the rear port side of Olympic, showing the rudder and the central and port wing propellers. Note the man at the bottom of the image.

A platinum and diamond necklace recovered from the Titanic is seen in an image made from video. This piece and others begin a three-city tour in Atlanta on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 and represent the largest collection of jewelry ever on display marking the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the ship.

A platinum and diamond necklace recovered from the Titanic is seen in an image made from video. This piece and others begin a three-city tour in Atlanta on Friday, Nov. 2012 and represent the largest collection