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I have over 20 old Daily Mir­rors, in­clud­ing the 1985 Live Aid cov­er­age, the 1991 Gulf War and the 2003 Eng­land Rugby World Cup win. Can you ad­vise me on their value? Caz More­ton, via email The Mir­ror and The Sun­day Mir­ror are up there with the best in terms of col­lectable value. The first edition of the Daily Mir­ror ap­peared in 1903 and is worth around £200. The Sun­day Mir­ror be­gan life in 1915. All of the 20 pa­pers you’ve listed are worth at least £5 in great con­di­tion. Sadly you are miss­ing The ‘Man on the Moon’ is­sue from 1969, which makes £200-plus. The Fu­neral of Churchill edition of the Sun­day Mir­ror makes £100-plus. The 1977 copy of the Mir­ror telling of Elvis’s Death fetches £300 or more. LIVE AID:

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