How much is a 1944 & 1945 newspaper worth featuring Hitler and also featuring the atomic bomb
old newspapers are usually valued on importance and condition. Condition determines price, also topic and city.
A story about Hitler in German from a Berlin newspaper or a big front page story from the International Herald Tribune or the New York Times will usually fetch more than a United Press or Reuters story just run in a local newspaper in Erie, PA, or Birmingham, AL...eBay and other sites can give you some ideas, but the sad truth is in the age where many young people do not read, and newspapers are failing, old historic newspapers rarely bring more than a few dollars. Sorry.
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