I'd like to know the value of some newspapers I found from 1946 with lots of sports columns and...
news of local soldiers coming home from war in Northeast Missouri
I don't know the specific value, but there I want to mention something that might interest you. A while back, I bought a framed newspaper Jell-O add from the early 1900's for 50 cents at a yard sale. It sold for nearly $20 on EBay. Sometimes, the other contents that you don't expect to be valuable turn out to be the most valuable. I would keep checking around, though, to make sure they aren't more valuable whole than cut into pieces and sold. Good luck!
by Wesman Todd Shaw16 months ago
Do you believe that some persons are more valuable than other persons to the world as a whole?If so, please explain why it is that you deem one life more valuable than the next person's life.
by Tim Mitchell2 years ago
What value are newspapers today?
by Patricia Scott3 years ago
Is everyone on the planet equally "important"?Do you think all people are equally valuable, or do you think some people in certain situations might be more valuable than others?
by RKHenry8 years ago
As most of you know I'm a fan of BBC.com.The BBC reported that builders found Auschwitz bottled message in concrete wall.The message was a tombstone or marker, letting the world know that several 18 to 20's old young...
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