Almost everyone has an old newspaper cover or two tucked away somewhere - and most of them are absolutely worthless, because newspapers were printed, and saved, by the millions. But they are still fun to look at and collect: Dewey Defeats Truman. Man Walks on Moon. WAR. Nixon Resigns. Kennedy Shot. Sox Win Series.
Newspaper Appraisers, Collectors and Dealers The New York State Library does not appraise newspapers. This list is provided as a service only. The inclusion of any name is not, and should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation by the New York State Library or its staff.
The newspapers don’t have to be ancient — just old enough to evoke nostalgic feelings in some people. Look for newspapers from at least 30 years ago, but experiment with newer ones if that’s what you have. 3 Ways to Make Money Using Old Newspapers. Once you’ve found some old newspapers, here’s how you can use them to make extra cash. 1.
Let face it, old newspapers don’t get much respect. In today’s world, they’re generally seen as material for the recycler. And years ago, many libraries simply tossed them out after converting them to micro or digital files. But do old or antique newspapers have any collectible value? The answer is a definite…maybe!
The Rare Newspaper's Top Collectibles ... federal government it was typical that reports & documents emanating from Congress would appear in print first in this newspaper. Collectors always desire to have notable governmental reports in newspapers from the nation's capital. ... * Best Old West title to be had
Original old newspapers for sale - authentic historical issues, 1600s thru present. Ideal for Colonial, Civil War, Revolutionary War & Old West collectors.
Are some assassination newspapers more valuable than others (like the New York Times, Washington Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, LA Times or Dallas Morning News)? Answer: Serious collectors want newspapers from cities as close to the event as possible, so the holy grail of the JFK report is a Dallas newspaper, of which there were two: Dallas ...
Old newspapers that cover events of national or worldwide importance may be worth money to collectors. For example, major events that increase the value of an old newspaper may include the bombing of Pearl Harbor, D-Day coverage, reports on the Battle of Gettysburg, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
The market for old newspapers and other ephemeral items is wholly collector-driven. Regardless of what price guides may say, the bottom line on the value of a collectible is the price a knowledgeable collector is willing to pay.
Newspapers ran banner headlines shouting yesterday’s news, magazines published important stories about things that had occurred weeks before, and letters from soldiers in far-off lands could take months to arrive. Now we can get these sorts of communications... Continue Reading