Collectiing vintage paper or printed memoribilia is currently quite popular.
This is a batch of 1947 airline route brochures, maps and an old AA Airline passenger ticket stub, I just recently listed on eBay.
Depending on the airline, date and condition of the items, they can be worth as much as $50 for an airline brochure.
As the owner of an estate sales company, unfortunately, I see folks throwing this type of stuff away because they are considered trash by many.
Considering they can sell for at least $15 a piece at an estate sale; I would say they aren’t trash.
Brochures and old ticket stubs from amusement parks, such as Disneyland, can sell for over $400.
Anything, vintage Disney is valuable!
Additionally, watch for any printed material from events, destinations; defunct- parks and entertainment venues, favorite bar and restaurant hang-outs.
This is where you will find hidden treasures or CASH!
For more information, please check out my book “Stop Throwing Cash In The Trash.”
This 1970’s Disney World UNUSED-3-day park ticket recently sold on eBay for over $394.
The key here-It is over 40 years old and unused.