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 HISTORY'S NEWSSTAND

HISTORY'S NEWSSTAND

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 We have been collectors and dealers of Rare & Early Newspapers since 1975. Timothy Hughes, our founder, is still the centerpiece of our efforts, with Guy Heilenman serving as part-owner and the manager of daily affairs. We only offer authentic originals (no reproductions). Some of the most collectible topics, titles, and categories include: the Oxford/London Gazette (dating back to 1665, British and Colonial American titles from the 1700's (including the Revolutionary War era), reports re: many of the Founding Fathers of America - Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Hamilton, etc., the War of 1812, the Civil War, the Old West era, one of the largest offerings of Harper's Weekly (including prints by Thomas Nast and Winslow Homer), and most historic events of the 20th Century - politcs, sports, inventions, disasters, triumphs, and more. “History is never more fascinating than when read from the day it was first reported.” (Tim Hughes, Founder of Rare & Early Newspapers, 1976)

Why Purchase From Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers?

We strive to provide you with the best eBay purchasing experience possible!

"...desiring to conduct ourselves honorably in all things...", Hebrews 13:18

  • Items are guaranteed to be authentic.
  • 30+ years of excellence and respect in the hobby (please see our feedback).
  • Accurately described items - no negative surprises!
  • All orders are packaged with extreme care.
  • Orders are usually shipped within 24 business hours of receiving payment.
  • Expedited shipping is available.
  • Low S&H fees (see detailed S&H policy).
  • Combined shipping on multiple purchases.
  • Free tracking for all shipments.
  • Free insurance for all U.S. bound orders over $200.
  • We also collect (and purchase)  historic newspapers & are consultants to several  major institutions.
  • Full refunds (please view our refund policy).
 

Newspapers from the 20th Century

The Great Depression, the Gangster Era, Prohibition...  World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War...  the development and advancement of film, the automobile, aviation, technology, space flight, the atom bomb...  football, baseball, auto racing, golf...  Al Capone, Bonnie & Clyde, John Dillinger...  Orville & Wilbur Wright, Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell...  Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Dale Earnhardt...  Presidents Teddy and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, Barak Obama, Bill Clinton, Richard Nixon...  the Titanic, the Lusitania, the Stock Market Crash of 1929, the Holocaust... the list of collectible topics from the 20th century is endless.  Rare & historic newspapers provide 1st hand accounts, images, commentary, and context for this exciting period in human progress.  History in your hand... from History's Newsstand...

 It is with this in mind that we invite you to collect history...

 ...through original and historic newspapers.

 

  

  The following video provides additional information 
  about collecting Rare Newspapers from the 20th Century:  




 
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 The following video provides additional information 
 regarding authentic newspapers with content related to Sports:  

 


 

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The following video provides additional information 
 regarding the History of Rare Newspapers:


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As mentioned above, newspapers from the 20th century cover a wide variety of collectible areas.

The following are a few suggestions...

 

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