British newspapers from the day after Queen’s death are already selling for hundreds

Newspapers from the day after the death of the Queen are already being sold for a small fortune.

newspapers serve as a time capsule of history and publications across the UK to look back at tomorrow’s commemorative issues Queen’s funeralit may be worth getting a copy if there are papers from as little as 10 days ago to consider.

Commemorative copies of British newspapers, including the Daily Mail and The Times from the day after the Queen’s death, are already selling for hundreds.

An expert on royal memorabilia revealed the amazing cost newspapers are already selling for ITV this morning last week.

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The expert said: “Newspapers are fantastic. They are accessible. They are cheap. We can buy them all.

“But they are actually a time capsule. In 20 years we can pull them out and look at all the memories from the day.”

He added: “These are being sold at astronomical prices at the moment.”

The September 8 Daily Mail is reportedly selling for up to £100, while The Times is selling for a whopping £200.

Sandi Henning, an Esty saleswoman who specializes in Queen merchandise, narrated Yahoo News that royal memorabilia can be a profitable market.

She said: “Collectors appreciate them. Pieces from her coronation are the most coveted, at least in my shop.

“The Queen was a remarkable woman. Respected, admired. People feel connected to her and want this unique reminder of their time.” British newspapers from the day after Queen’s death are already selling for hundreds

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