Saturday Evening Post

The Saturday Evening Post is a bimonthly American magazine and website, originally published as Benjamin Franklin's The Pennsylvania Gazette in 1728. It was the first magazine to sell over a million copies, and the current editor is Steven Slon.

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What is the value of Saturday Evening Post covers?

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The value depends on several factors. What the covers are about, when they were published, and the condition they are in. If a famous person is on the cover they could be worth more depending on the person and the reason why they are featured. There are books for info on this. Go to your local large bookstore and find the collector section and there should be a book there listing info about this. If not, take your magazines to a good bookstore or antique store and ask them, but be careful because sometimes they will under value an item so you will sell it to them.
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Norman Rockwell globe of the Dec 4 1926 Saturday Evening post What is the value of this globe?

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The globes are rare and were made at one point in time. Any globes still around would be very old. I'm currently in possession of one and wouldn't let it go for less than $500.
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Did Norman Rockwell do a William Tell painting for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post?

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Of the 322 covers Norman Rockwell did for the Saturday Evening Post, William Tell isn't among them. Use the link provided to the list (with pictures) of all of the cover art he did for the Post.
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Was there ever a Norman Rockwell commemorative globe made of Santa at the globe his Dec.1926 Saturday Evening Post cover?

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Yes, I have one, although I can't tell when it was made. I'm trying to find out. It is a Cram Imperial 16" floor globe identical to the one on the SEP Dec.4,1926 by Norman Rockwell i now have this 3 legged globe, identical to picture also has the brass piece made into oak frak with all engravings
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Where is the noun in the sentence his paintings appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post?

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There are three nouns in this sentence. paintings cover Saturday Evening Post.
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Where can you find the humorous poem containing the line Der hay burnin klippin kloppin First publoshed in The Saturday Evening Post?

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In "Sunday morning bagels". There you'll find all the stuff you are trying to find. It is very unprofessional:)
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Saturday evening post artist?

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Norman Rockwell is probably who you mean.
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1939 Saturday Evening Post magazine Is it worth anything?

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i will buy it with pleasure, thanks a lot, M. hi i live in california i have 2 books 1 the post from dec 14th 1963 with JFK on he cover..and the life nov 29th 63 again with JFK on the cover can u tell me how much they r valued at now n are u interested in buying them.plz sent me an email to my fb leonie_n_kylie@hotmail.com
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When did The Saturday Evening Post end?

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The Saturday Evening Post ended in 1969.
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Who was the founder of ladies home journal and later bougtht Saturday evening post and New York evening times?

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Cyrus Curtis the publisher of Curtis Publishing Company founded the Ladies Home Journal in 1879 & later in 1897 bought the Saturday Evening Post & New York Evening Post.
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Did Rockwell illustrate cover of Saturday evening post dec 25 1976?

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Yes. I have a Saturday Evening Post Magazine Illus. by Norman Rockwell December 25 1976 Value?
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The Saturday Evening Post was the first prominent magazine to appeal directly to?

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saturday evening post was the 1st major magazine to appeal directly to
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What articles appeared in the December issue of the Saturday evening Post 1955?

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December 3, 1955 Kid Stuck in Bathroom by John Falter. New Crime Wave, Arthur Godfrey Part 5, Old Mexico, Animal Quarantine Station, Emery Air Freight December 10, 1955 Santa on Train by Sargent. Perry Mason story, Arthur Godfrey Part 6, Gov. Frank Lausche, Security Risk, Sagebrush Homesteads December 17, 1955 Cutting the Christmas Tree by Clymer. Godfrey Part 7, Racial Problems in Deep South, Philadelphia Jewelers, Den Meeting, Kentucky Humor - 2 copies December 24, 1955 Kids Coming Down for Christmas by Falter. Godfrey Part 8, Daughter of the Klondike Gold Rush, Guatemala, Ohio River, Pied Piper History - 2 copies December 31, 1955 Tying Daddy's Tie by Hughes. Glory of the Sea (8 pages), Working on the Railroad, Judy Holliday, Smug Russians
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Where is the Ernie Davis' Saturday Evening Post article?

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http://www.steele.lib.ny.us/famouselmira/ed_sat_eve_post.htm