i have found some old newspaper from 1843, The News of the world dated 01/10/1843. I think it is...
only the dispatches pages, however is there any value to these pages that are in good condition although starting to yellow slightly
I used to valuate old or potentially valuable books, but not newspapers. However, you might find and answer on the ABE books website or alternatively you can probably find out how to valuate it by putting something like "old newspapers" or "1843 newspaper" or "how to valuate old newspapers" into Google or another search engine and seeing what comes up.
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How much is a 1944 & 1945 newspaper worth featuring Hitler and also featuring the atomic bomb
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