LONDON—  A British auctioneer says that a first class menu from the Titanic’s last lunch has sold for about $120,000.

The menu, kept by prominent San Francisco banker Washington Dodge, bears the date April 14, the day in 1912 that the reputedly unsinkable ship hit an iceberg and fell to the bottom of the Atlantic.

According to auctioneer Henry Aldrige & Son, based in Devizes, England, the menu is one of the “rarest items of Titanic memorabilia to be sold in recent years,” adding that it made its way off the ship in the banker’s wife’s purse.

Among the 40 options on the historic menu: Chicken a la Maryland and Consomme Fermier.

A set of keys from the ship was also sold Saturday, for about $94,000.

All prices include the buyer’s premium.