A 1963 newspaper detailing the death of John F. Kennedy could be worth between $100 and $400. The worth of a newspaper relies on its publisher and condition.
In 2014, for instance, a copy of The Dallas Times Herald from the date of Kennedy’s death in good condition might sell between $260.00 and $355.00. Regional newspapers, such as The Michigan Daily Extra, The Boston Globe Extra, The Miami News, and The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, may be worth between $50 and $185. Higher circulation newspapers printed more copies and may be less scarce, decreasing their value to collectors.