October Newsletter from Timothy Hughes Rare & Early Newspapers…

October 16, 2023 by  
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Welcome to the October 2023 edition of our monthly newsletter. This month we are featuring a custom 3-century set, an amazing array of new catalog items, a free issue, a new assemblage of discounted issues (at 50% off), and links to recent posts on our History’s Newsstand Blog. We hope you enjoy.

3-Issue Set Spanning 3 Centuries – a unique opportunity to own authentic newspapers from any month and day of your choice – covering three centuries!

“3-Issue Set Spanning 3 Centuries”

New Items Added to Catalog #335 – Since Catalog #335 went to print we’ve added nearly 50 additional issues – another 30+ yesterday. Some of the topics/titles include: a terrific issue on the Battle of Gettysburg, a famous Homer print (“Flirting on the Sea-Shore, and on the Meadow”), Karl Marx as a newspaper reporter, a Mormon periodical from Denmark, a rare title from the Dakota Territory, feature on jazz musician Ornette Coleman (Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winner), the historic 1912 Women’s Suffrage Parade (in New York City), a pamphlet on King James’ dissenters on his Declaration of Indulgence (Freedom of Religion), a plea for separation of church & state in America (1768), “Back Number Budd’s” great loss, and more. The entire list of new items may be viewed at:

Catalog 335’s “New Items”

Discounted Newspapers (50% off) – Over 100 items have been added to last month’s set of discounted issues. The prices shown reflect the discount.

Discounted Issues

Free Newspaper (no obligation to buy) – This month we are offering up to 25 free newspapers (while supplies last). All we ask is for you to cover the S&H ($10 if the order does not include anything else, $1 if purchased with at least one additional newspaper). There is a limit of one per collector. The issue may be viewed and/or purchased at:

Free Newspaper

The Entire October Catalog:

Catalog #335 – All Items

Recent Posts to the History’s Newsstand Blog:

Bad Luck vs. Fate – The Sullivan Brothers…

Who will be the Superpowers of the 22nd century?

Exploring “This Day in History” through Rare & Early Newspapers… Updated!

Goodbye Lyndsay… Hello Breck…

From the Vault – Finding those unexpected historical nuggets…

Snapshot 1839… Is an atheist’s sworn statement in court valid?

They Put It In Print – Going to extreme lengths to prove another’s innocence…

As always, thanks for collecting with us!
Guy Heilenman & The Rare & Early Newspapers Team

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