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About The Catalog Listings
All items in this catalog are unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine and accurately described. Any item may be returned within seven days of receipt for a full refund. No reason for return is ever required.They are in fine used condition and are complete with all pages as issued. All papers are free of damage or objectionable defects. We are sure you will be delighted with their exceptional state of preservation. We purchase only the finest condition newspapers that can be found to offer to our valued friends and customers.
These are the finest quality original antique newspapers and magazines, that you might find elsewhere priced at much greater cost. It has always been my policy to present my catalog items at "wholesale to the public" prices. Therefore all catalog items and quoted prices are net, and are not subject to further discount, either for dealers or in consideration of quantity orders. It is our policy to price our items based on what we believe to be their fair market value. I do not set prices at absurdly inflated levels to take advantage of novices or "investors"; nor do employ the common ploy of starting with an unrealistically high price in order to "negotiate" a phony discount later. As over a third of our catalog orders are from dealers buying for resale, at our stated prices, we have every confidence that this policy maintains an ethical standard of integrity and fairness to all.
Newspapers are full folio size unless described as quarto (abbreviated 4to) or octavo (8vo), which are respectively smaller in format. Most newspapers have been removed from bound volumes and may exhibit characteristic minor spine weakness or separation without significant paper loss. Illustrations are provided of a number of items (more will be added), depicting as much of them as can be shown with my 8 1/2" x 11" scanner. To access the pictures, click on the highlighted link that follows the catalog listing. When done viewing, select the "Back" button in your browser to return to this page.
Each catalog entry is briefly described for its general appearance, historical significance, and content. Every one contains hours of additional historic reading and insights into the world preserved on its pages, much more than I could find the space to describe here.
I pride myself on the quality and accuracy of my catalog descriptions, and strive to provide all the information needed to enable you to make an informed selection. Please consult my collector information pages and glossary of terms page linked below, if you are not sure what the descriptions mean. Your comments are always welcome, as are your inquiries, if you have questions about these historic collectibles. We value our customers, and appreciate the confidence you place in us when ordering from our on line catalogs. We strive to merit your patronage and to enrich your collecting experience through accurate, knowledgeable descriptions, honest pricing, courteous service, and timely order filling. Enjoy your browsing!
Pictures of Cataloged Items
How to Order from This Catalog
Because catalog items tend to sell quickly, we ask that you e-mail your order to us to confirm availability before you send payment. To reserve a catalog item, please enter the quantity you want in the "Order Quantity" box (where available; most listings are one of a kind and do not have this option) and press the "Add to Cart" button. You will then see your "shopping basket" and its contents and total. You may remove selected items at any time, and use your browser's "Forward" button to view the cart page whenever you wish. When you fill out and submit the Checkout page, your order will be sent to me. As soon as I receive your order, I will confirm the availability of your selections via return e-mail, with your invoice for the total amount due. We will reserve your confirmed selection(s) for seven days for receipt of your mailed payment.
We accept payment by check, money order, or cash.
POSTAGE for an order shipped within the U.S.A. is just 3.85. Postage for orders to be mailed overseas (including Canada) will be billed on your invoice at my actual cost by the means of shipment you select when placing your order.
We accept all credit cards through PayPal, Xcom's free Internet payment service. After confirming your order, we will request PayPal to send you a bill for the amount of your order. As soon as your payment is confirmed, we will ship your order to you.
Many to be catalogued, please check back soon. Click here for World War I and II items
|Related Catalog Links|
|Please select here to go to my Introductory Newspaper Catalog, Modern Section, for a selection of atmosphere issues of newspapers and magazines of 1910 and later.|
|Please select here to go to my Introductory Newspaper Catalog, Worldwide Journalism Sampler, for a selection of atmosphere issues of foreign newspapers and magazines.|
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