What's the Value of JFK Assassination Newspapers?

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Armand, you get it. These papers are really amazing, interesting, and fun artifacts that can stimulate great conversations, but if you're looking for an investment, you might want to purchase something else. Thanks for reading and commenting!


I found a very well preserved newspaper from the rocky mountain times front page reads JFK slayer shot dead! Can't find any other one online like it.

Hi Alisha - Headlines like that really capture the intensity of that historical moment. Given the speed at which we consume news today, it's hard to imagine how events like the JFK assassination were processed by the analog media of the 1960's. Thanks for sharing that with us!


I was fortunate enough to be able to get over 150 of the
Dallas morning news from the day of our Greatest Presidents ever. I don't know what to do with them. They're like brand new. I can barely want to even read them it hurts to see this.

These newspapers Everytime I see them makes me want to cry. Why would someone do such a thing ? I met JFK and Ted and Tip O'Neill at a Bruins game sitting right next to them laughing along with them. That was the pleasure of my life. I will never forget that ever in my lifetime.


These are Priceless to keep in a safe place for all to see what they did to Our President.
I wouldn't sell them for a penny. Keep them for your grandchildren and their grandchildren to see.


I have a newspaper from November 22 1963 from the Daily Gazette from sterling rock falls. Illnois. the headline reads assassinate Kennedy there's a big picture of president Kennedy and reads born May 29, 1917 died November 22 1963.


I have a Amarillo globe newspaper dated November 22 1963.. can you give me a rough valve .. I can send a pic.thx...

Hi Warren - Thanks for reading. Unfortunately, we are unable to do appraisals of any kind on these papers. As the article mentions, most of the value in them is more of an emotional or sentimental value and the monetary value of any of them is pretty low to non-existent. 

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