You want to know how much it's worth? It really depends on what newspaper it is. It could have some historical value, but probably not much. People have been hoarding newspapers for a long time, so they tend to not be very valuable except in rare cases, such as the early edition of the Chicago Tribune that declared "Dewey Defeats Truman" prematurely. Also, do you have the whole newspaper or just the front page? Try search for something similar on eBay to get an idea of the value. Just as a tip, major newspapers are generally worth more than local newspapers except when the event is local (and in the case of WWI, it wasn't). So for a major event like the Kennedy assassination, for instance, the major US newspaper from the day after might be worth something, as would the Dallas newspaper, but the newspaper from Topeka, Kansas for that day would be relatively worthless.
by Mahaveer Sanglikar 6 years ago
I just read the News: Anonymous Declares War On Religion, Attacks Church Sites, Calls religion a sickness to this world at: http://www.webpronews.com/anonymous-dec … on-2012-03What is your opinion?
by tinabb 7 years ago
I have an old newspaper the front page reads when the japs bombed pearl harbor is it worth much?I have several different ones. One is when Rooosevelt got elected president and another is when he died. All on the front page.
by teacherfidel 7 years ago
If you were written about in the newspaper, on the front page, what would the headline say?
by Tim Mitchell 3 years ago
What value are newspapers today?
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
on Romney for the PAC attacks. Paul attacked Romney, too, but Newt doesn't feel threatened by Paul. Wake up, Newt! Paul has more honesty, integrity, and loyal supporters than you'll EVER have!Newt needs to go away. Who wants a bitter, angry, attack dog in the WH?? And if he thought the attacks from...
by Stacie L 8 years ago
Homer Simpson is Catholic, Vatican paper declares Mon Oct 18, 10:18 pm ETLOS ANGELES (Reuters) "The Simpsons" just got a blessing from the Vatican.The official Vatican newspaper has declared that beer-swilling, doughnut-loving Homer Simpson and son Bart are Catholics -- and what's...
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